Génesis

Génesis

by Bernard Beckett
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Genesis 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
SciFiLover More than 1 year ago
An unexpected read with a philosophical twist, I liked Genesis because the plot twists and story in story kept the premise fresh. This kept the tale unusual and until the totally surprising ending, a brisk and enthralling book. Good Science Fiction. Great fun!
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It's good
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mplong More than 1 year ago
This is an interesting story that takes turns you don't see coming. When I first began reading, I realized that the book is basically a three-hour examination of the character Anax regarding the history of the society and of a particular hero of the past. As I began, I became a little apprehensive as how interesting can a story be where the entire thing is one character sitting in a room talking about history for hours? But as the story unfolds, we learn that the history of this world is indeed very interesting and everything is not as it seems. Near the end of the book, the story really takes a dive that you didn't see coming. I was pleasantly surprised that I didn't see the end coming and it turned out to be nothing like what I thought it would be. The character of Anax has little character development (after all, she is stuck in a room for 3 hours talking to examiners), but the world itself has a lot of development and the characters of the past are the ones who are developing and growing. In all, this was a short read but a good one and I found it to be a great way to kill a few afternoons.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really surprised by this story. Loved it.
CherieReads More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book. It's a mix of dystopia and philosophy that got my mind working but still entertained. At only 86 pages (on my Nook) it was a very quick but powerful read. The twist was surprising and the ending was abrupt but appropriately so. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book changed my view on how i see life itself and the meaning of it. And to be careful because curiousity killed the cat but i dont think satisfaction brought it back this time.
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sheharezade More than 1 year ago
Jarring book done through great skill
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Leigh-Ann Sullivan More than 1 year ago
this story is short, but packs a powerful punch! i couldnt put it down and was left wanting more. a must read for anyone interested in artificial intelligence, evolution, biology, conscience thought, and what it means to be human.
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