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From the Publisher"Far more fun than deep space drama has any right to be...Just read the book. Then read it again. It's even better the second time." -SFX on Newton's Wake
"Stylish, witty, and engaging!" -San Diego Union Tribune on Newton's Wake
"For my money, Ken MacLeod is the current champion of the very smartest kind of New Space Opera: a relentlessly engaged thinker about nitty-gritty political-economic-social matters who also operates on the Romantic end of the genre by imagining worlds that offer vast (and even godlike) possibilities for humankind...MacLeod returns to his story elements and concerns with a persistence that signals a stubbornly committed intelligence as well as a fertile and mischievous imagination, and every variation on his themes produces something worth re-reading." -Locus on Newton's Wake
"If you haven't yet read MacLeod's work, this is an excellent place to start." -Scifi.com on Newton's Wake
"Exciting...Accessible to the average reader as well as the hardcore SF fan. This is a work sure to keep the reader on the edge of her seat." -Romantic Times Bookclub on Newton's Wake
"The kind of book that we wish would come to us more often in science fiction...Above everything, this book is fun." -Vector on Newton's Wake
"Ken MacLeod's novels are fast, funny and sophisticated. There can never be enough books like these. A nova has appeared in our sky."
—Kim Stanley Robinson, author of Red Mars
"Science fiction's freshest new writer...MacLeod is a fiercely intelligent, prodigously well-read author who manages to fill his books with big issues without weighing them down."
"Engaged, ingenious, and wittily partisan, Ken MacLeod is a one-man revolution, SF's Billy Bragg." -Asimov's SF
"This man's going to be a major writer." -Iain Banks
"Prose sleek and fast and the technology it describes-watch this man go global." -Peter F. Hamilton
"MacLeod at his strongest: clever, passionate, and committed." -SFX on Dark Light
"Distinctive, politically challenging, both tantalizing and satisfying." -Kirkus Reviews on Cosmonaut Keep
"Rarely does a book demand so much of the reader-and then deliver." -Publishers Weekly on Cosmonaut Keep