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Finity Kindle Ì Paperback

Finity Kindle Ì Paperback John Barnes born 1957 is an American science fiction author whose stories often explore questions of individual moral responsibility within a larger social context Social criticism is woven throughout his plots The four novels in his Thousand Cultures series pose serious questions about the effects of globalization on isolated societies Barnes holds a doctorate in theatre and for several yea

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  1. Peter Tillman Peter Tillman says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBILyle Peripart is reasonably content with his quiet life as an expatriate American academic in New Zealand a pleasant backwater in a world ruled by the Twelve Reichs Until he accepts a plum job offer from a billionaire industrialist and he's roughed up by the Gestapo in Surabaya shot at in Saigon and comes home to a smoking crater where his house used to be Then things get really weird Experienced SF readers will have little doubt as to what's happening the Many Worlds hypothesis has been a fertile SF breeding ground for quite some time but as always the genius is in the details In Finity we get such goodies as robot taxicabs with easily hurt feelings private suborbital jump boa


  2. Andy Love Andy Love says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBII usually like John Barnes' work but this novel didn't work for me in spite of the fact that I liked the basic scenario of the world that the main character lives in and finds to be normal turning out to be much bizarre than he could imagine and bizarre than is apparent to the readers who know that in reality Germany did not win WWII One characteristic moment that pulled me out of the novel was the moment when one of the characters reminds another character that discussions of one's personal past have become rare in recent years with parents redirecting children if they start to talk about such things as if the whole subject is tabu or distasteful since this incident occurred well into the book and no inkling of such a remarkable cultural practice had been given earlier on I was disappointed I should add since some people who read my reviews have expressed an interest in getting this kind of warning that there is an unple


  3. Michael BurnamFink Michael BurnamFink says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBILyle Peripart is an average astronomer an American ex pat living in New Zealand and making a pretty good go of it in a world where the Nazis won WW2 and Twelve Reichs divide the globe He's got a steady relationship a nice house and a talking suborbital rocketship When he accepts a new job with a mysterious industrial tycoon his life gets seriously weird He starts running into a Gestapo agent his fiance is a gun slinging international assassin rather than a history professor and there are gaps in what Lyle can say and think worlds and phrases that trigger head


  4. Peter Pete Mcloughlin Peter Pete Mcloughlin says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBIapparently there are two versions of this book one where the Soviets take over the world in the 1970s and one where the Nazis won WWII Naturally being on the left the version I happened to pick up in a supermarket would be the one with the Nazis as the bad guys Kind of clever for the author to two alternate books on alternate realities with the same title I enjoyed the book and will give nothing further away


  5. Roddy Williams Roddy Williams says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBI‘Lyle Peripart’s world is coming apart Up to just a few days ago he was an obscure professor quietly unenthusiastic about the Reichs that have dominated the world since the Axis victory over a century ago – but not looking for a fight with anyoneThen Lyle was recruited for private industry by the mysterious industrialist Geoffrey Iphwin – and everything stopped making senseHis mild mannered fiancée turns out to be a gun toting weapons expert who grew up in a world in which America surrendered to the USSR in the 1970s And several of their friends turn out to have grown up in different worlds still Worse they gradually realise that not one of them has ever talked t


  6. Stephen Stephen says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBII found this book to be rather intriguing up front an alternate history were Hitler won World War II in which the United States has begun to vanish from humanity’s collective memory


  7. Lisa Lisa says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBIIt was a little confusing the first 100 pages in but once I grasped the science behind it all I was happy to keep reading I've read and enjoyed Barnes before but I don't think I've enjoyed any of his works this much


  8. Lisa Lisa says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBIInteresting ideas but all of the explanations and conclusions were very unsatisfying


  9. Kristine Kristine says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBIRescued this book from a library book sale it now has a forever home on my sci fi book case I’ve read others by Barnes so I was curious to see his version of the Ha


  10. Gareth Gareth says:

    Finity Kindle Ì Paperback finity pdf, Finity MOBIEntertaining high concept Gonzo romp that falls off a cliff towards the end Alternate title could be Deadline after the looming publisher threat that must have pushed Barnes to rap everything up in three pages of exposition and wish fulfillment Added to the hilarity for me but I could see this concussion disguised as a conclusion pushing readers to throw this book at the wall


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