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O organus lavonui reikia suleisti didelę nuskausminančiųjų dozę Pritrenktas savo pastebėjimo Piteris atlieka eksperim Who else writes like Sawyer nowadays This is thoughtful and engaging sometimes even thrilling as I ve come to expect from him I love all the different ideas sprinkled through the predictions of possible near future politics culture and technology I love the exoticism to me of the Canadian setting and the view from there of the US But this particular book isn t perfect because it hasn t aged well SF wise We still have VCRs but can create fully sentient and self aware AI We have smart homes but not smart phones not even cell phones it seems Of course Sawyer isn t a prophet and he s not to blame but reading such errors does pull me out of the storyStill a read I didn t want to put down Sawyer s work rem

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The Terminal Experiment

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Entus su mirštančiais žmonėmis Pasekmės gal net keli elektroniniai žudikai siautėjantys pasauliniame interneto tinkl I loved Flashforward by Sawyer This book was good but not uite up to the same uality as that one Still I enjoyed it a lotThe Terminal Experiment took a little while to set up the story The beginning wasn t uninteresting just not specifically about what it proposed to be about It did weed its way into that about halfway through and I ended up being satisfiedThis book begins with a scientist in Canada who develops technology to assess when a person actually dies not just when the doctors say they doto assuage his fears after a traumatic organ harvesting experience Surprisingly this new techniue captures the soul of his terminal participant leaving her body The existence of a verifiable soul shakes the world


10 thoughts on “The Terminal Experiment

  1. says:

    The Terminal Experiment A Substandard Crichton style thrillerOriginally posted at Fantasy LiteratureRobert J Sawyer is a very popular Canadian SF author with many novels under his belt and several major awards including the 1995 Nebula Award for The Terminal Experiment 2003 Hugo Award for Hominids and 2006 John W Campbell Award for Mindscan

  2. says:

    Just okay 4 of 10 stars

  3. says:

    The Terminal Experiment is perhaps my favorite Sawyer novel Published in 1995 it's a near future 2011 story of artificial intelligence and immortality and murder and life after death wrapped up in a mystery with thought provoking and challenging speculations on religion and medical ethics and scientific procedure Sawyer always keeps the story at the forefront and produces really convincing and sympathetic characters even the pro

  4. says:

    Always with that contrived ripped from the headlines plugged into a thriller feel and the distracting sense that Sawyer's

  5. says:

    40 to 45 stars Excellent read Well thought out premise that was very well executed Highly engaging original story RecommendedWinner Nebula Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 1996Nominee Hugo Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 1996

  6. says:

    Who else writes like Sawyer nowadays This is thoughtful and engaging sometimes even thrilling as I've come to expect from him I love all the different ideas sprinkled through the predictions of possible near future politics culture and technology I love the 'exoticism' to me of the Canadian setting and the view from there of the US But this

  7. says:

    This Nebula and Aurora winner is one of Canadian sf writer Robert J Sawyer's first novels originally published in installments in Analog magazine It's a near future story of a very likable biomedical engineer who discovers scientific evidence of an afterlife who with his best friend cook up some artificial intelligence variations on himself that take on a life of their own It also becomes a thrillermurder mystery as som

  8. says:

    I loved Flashforward by Sawyer This book was good but not uite up to the same uality as that one Still I enjoyed it a lotThe Terminal

  9. says:

    As Robert J Sawyer seems to be able to do so effortlessly; taking a series of very human circumstances complex philosophical uestions futuristic ideas and ties it all together to create an intellectually stimulating page turner

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    returnreturnThis is not uite as bad a book as I had been led to believe The prose is often leaden in particular the cringe worthy opening passage which I think should be used as a model of how not to write in classes for impressionable young writers and the numerous info dumps idicating that the characters have read all the available scienti