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W literally hooked up with an AI who has lived many lifetimes and shunted through many bodies But while they have their own conflicting loyalties to contend with together they’re just one player in a mysterious high stakes game I swithered between giving this three and four stars The uality of the writing is very good indeed and a huge amount of research and thought has obviously gone into things like terraforming the future of the Israel Palestine conflict clone society Emergent AIs and ants But overall it didn t hugely hang together very well for me long sections of exposition on the various topics just made it feel a bit disjointed and slow The plot was often lost under layers of things Chris Moriarty obviously finds interesting the excellent character of Catherine Li doesn t do much but be grumpy and the conclusion felt a bit rushed and anti climactic I think Moriarty would have done better to cut some of the themes he was exploring or separated them into other booksStill going to pick up the third one though

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Spin Control

Call Arkady a clone with a conscience Or call him a traitor A member of the space faring Syndicates Arkady has defected to Israel with a hot commodity a genetic weapon powerful enough to wipe out humanity But Israel’s not buyin I would never have thought that a story could be spun out of a wild mix of the Arab Israeli conflict ants AIs clones water fertility and space exploration plus love loyalty and It kept my interest throughout each switch in perspective or timeframe and kept my curiosity high to see how each aspect would play out and fit together Every scene felt vivid and real from atmosphere or emotion without being cumbersome or overdoneI saw somewhere that Moriarty was contracted for a third book in this universeseries It s been several years since this came out but I m still hoping that the next book will appear some day She certainly left a good cliffhanger to peak my interest But than a plot idea is just my hope for another smart and interesting story June 2013It s so interesting to re read a complex book several years later and only remember hints of how things are going to unfold It took me a while to get into it again this time but once I was invested in the mystery of Novalis and what it meant for Arkady down on Earth I was hooked again It s very different from Spin State in tone and atmosphere don t go in expecting the same sort of fast space based investigation style story But if you let this one unfold and see how the pieces start snapping together I think you ll be pleasedAnd yes the third book has arrived that s the reason for the re read I m thrilled to finally get to see the next step in this story s evolution

REVIEW Spin Control

G it They’re selling it–and Arkady–to the highest bidder As the auction heats up the Artificial Life Emancipation Front sends in Major Catherine Li Drummed out of the Peacekeepers for executing Syndicate prisoners Li has no I really was excited to read this book and it had the potential to be really great but fell flatThe author decided to focus on making a very bland boring commentary on the Arab Israeli conflict instead of focusing on any of several very interesting sci fi elements of his world that could have perhaps stood with the great social commentary sci fi of the 60s and 70s if done wellAliens with a virus that can make the infertile population of Earth fertile again A society of clones coming into their indivuality Old school spacers vs Earth conflicts All glossed over to make an extremely trite Can t we all just get along statement on the Arab Israeli conflictIt is a decent spy story at heart but the missed potential probably makes me grade it harder than it deserves


10 thoughts on “Spin Control

  1. says:

    I would never have thought that a story could be spun out of a wild mix of the Arab Israeli conflict ants AIs clones water fertility and space exploration plus love loyalty and It kept my interest throughout each

  2. says:

    You can tell a book is ambitious when it takes on the Israeli Palestinian conflict and this book is at least as smart as it is ambitious The Israeli Palestinian conflict is only one of the threads in the story but I think it is done

  3. says:

    Generations in the future those willing to embrace AIs body mods and genetic manipulation ascended to live technol

  4. says:

    Very different from the first book Ideas remain fascinating Perhaps improvement will come with a third book

  5. says:

    This is set in the same universe as Moriarty's Spin State but is not a direct seuel Because I was so completely impressed with the use of current state physics in Spin State it took almost half of this book to get over my disappoint

  6. says:

    I really was excited to read this book and it had the potential to be really great but fell flatThe author decided to focus on making a very bland boring commentary on the Arab Israeli conflict instead of focusing on any of several very interesting sci fi elements of his world that could have perhaps stood with the great social commentary sci fi of the 60s and 70s if done wellAliens with a virus that can make t

  7. says:

    With some rese

  8. says:

    I liked this book without really understanding what was going on Like most books in the cyberpunk subgenre of science fictio

  9. says:

    I swithered between giving this three and four stars The uality of the writing is very good indeed and a huge amount of research and thought has obviously gone into things like terraforming the future of the Israel Palestine conflict clone society Emergent AIs and ants But overall it didn't hugely hang together very well for me long sections

  10. says:

    35 StarsLike the first this one had slick smooth writing with a plethora of great futurism world building with some interesting characters that ended up way too convoluted for it's own goodReduce the character count trim the book by about 200 pages and make the story focused and I think you could have had something really special hereAs it is it reads like an incredibly talented writer did a whole bunch of research and wanted to

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