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It is 4034 Humanity has made it to the stars Fassin Taak a Slow Seer at the Court of the Nasueron Dwellers will be fortunate if he makes it to the end of the year The Nasueron Dwellers inhabit a gas giant on the outskirts of the galaxy in a system awaiting its wormhole connection t. 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Ue hierarchy of the Mercatoria the latest galactic hegemony Taak has to travel again amongst the Dwellers He is in search of a secret hidden for half a billion years But with each day that passes a war draws closer a war threatening to overwhelm everything everyone he's ever known. That is hours and hours of my life I will never get back My experience is that this book is the most boring book on the face of the planet okay there are a few that could beat it and I can t for the life of me imagine why it was nominated for a Hugo However I do have friends that like it so I m going with this wasn t to my tasteThere was this weird secondary plot too that seemed entirely unnecessary and in a book that was bloated with confusing flashbacks lengthy sentences excessive use of commas and side stories that never went anywhere it seems like he could have cut some things out A lot of thingsThe entire reason that I kept pushing through this time consuming book was that it was my 100th book off the Sci Fi and Fantasy group s bookshelf and I didn t want to DNF 100 The joke s on me I miscalculated and The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack was number 100 So I didn t DNF 101 and I really should be patted on the back because it really sucked Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy passes a war draws closer a war threatening to overwhelm everything everyone he's ever known. That is hours and hours of my life I will never get back My experience is that this book is the most boring book on the face of the Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya planet okay there are a few that could beat it and I can t for the life of me imagine why it was nominated for a Hugo However I do have friends that like it so I m going with this wasn t to my tasteThere was this weird secondary Twisted plot too that seemed entirely unnecessary and in a book that was bloated with confusing flashbacks lengthy sentences excessive use of commas and side stories that never went anywhere it seems like he could have cut some things out A lot of thingsThe entire reason that I kept The Exploration of the Male Anatomy pushing through this time consuming book was that it was my 100th book off the Sci Fi and Fantasy group s bookshelf and I didn t want to DNF 100 The joke s on me I miscalculated and The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack was number 100 So I didn t DNF 101 and I really should be Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals patted on the back because it really sucked

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O the rest of civilization In the meantime they are dismissed as decadents living in a state of highly developed barbarism hoarding data without order hunting their own young fighting pointless formal wars Seconded to a military religious order he's barely heard of part of the baro. DNF Why exactly are we presented right at the start with a villain with diamond teeth and a living head of his enemy crazy unable to even to commit suicide used as a punching bag Ughhh I m not going to finish this crap Maybe later I d rather not though


10 thoughts on “The Algebraist

  1. says:

    I’ve been reading through all of Banks’ novels these last few years mostly focusing on The Culture series and working my way outward through his other “M” novels and into his “non M” writing This is my fourtee

  2. says:

    The dangers of AI and what the best long time approach might be is one of the key elements of this novel and an everlasting hot topic that might lead to some interesting real life events Of course in a perfect universe benevolent AIs would help happily evolving humans and aliens forever peacefully and symbiotic united But if any of those part

  3. says:

    Spacefaring Derring doScholarly seer Fassin Taak is sent by the Mercatoria’s militia to find a mythical map of hidden wormholes and if it exists a way to translate it a uest that puts him in the middle of inter galactic war Meanwhile a warlord with the comically evil sounding name but no double letters unlike almost everyone else Archimandrite Luseferous of the Starveling Cult has a self set mission of his own “ Powe

  4. says:

    a non Culture sci fi adventure from Banks one whose intriguing major topic is the relativity of morality the aliens are pretty much

  5. says:

    DNF Why exactly are we presented right at the start with a villain with diamond teeth and a living head of his enemy crazy unable to even to com

  6. says:

    I'm of two minds with this novel I'm tempted to rate it based on all of the novelist's other works and rate it lower just because it isn't the most fascinating out of the bunch It's also not a Culture novel but I feel like it might ALMOST be Gas giant aliens take the forefront of this novel although the main character is human We get a real treat of far future cultures and alien aliens that just happen to take the term gas bag and OWN it

  7. says:

    As I write this review Iain M Banks has passed away about three weeks ago It makes me sad that our genre has lost another great writer So I picked The Algebraist to be my tribute read alas I find that prefer his Culture novels That

  8. says:

    The Algebraist Endlessly creative perhaps overly soI’ve had The Algebraist on the shelf for uite a few years patiently waiting its turn in the

  9. says:

    That is hours and hours of my life I will never get back My experience is that this book is the most boring book on the face of the planet okay there are a few that could beat it and I can't for the life of me imagine why it was nominated for a Hugo However I do have friends that like it so I'm going with this wasn't to

  10. says:

    Warning This review contains spoilers about the review Continue reading only if you have already read this review

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