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Deception Well Free read Í 108 ´ In a war of belief faith is a virus and it's spreading fastRemnants of an alien nanotechnology infest the surface of the planet Deception Well giving rise to deadly plagues that make the Well uninhabitable or so most believe Jupiter Apolinario saw it differently He believed the planet was host to an ancient alien mechIn a war of belief faith is a virus and it's spreading fastRemnants of an alien nanotechnology infest the surface of the planet Deception Well giving rise to deadly plagues that make the Well uninhabitable or so most believe Jupiter Apolinario saw it differently He believed the planet was host to an ancient alien mechanism of transformation meant to embrace all life forms in an ecstatic communion Jup. The city of Silk hangs in the sky 200 miles above the planet Deception Well a planet full of biological complexity believed to be fatal to anybody who descends the space elevator And yet the citizens of Silk can't got anywhere else stranded there for generations Lot is the son of a charismatic prophet who went down to Deception Well hoping to find communion there rather than death and many of his followers still believe he's down there and will return Lot doesn't know what he believes but he does know that he has the same ability to influence minds and that something needs to be doneThis is set in the same universe as The Bohr Maker although a significant amount of time later and you can read it alone if you wish to although it may help to understand a few of the concepts and the ending has a little resonance having read the earlier book I also didn't like this as much as The Bohr Maker so maybe it'd be a good idea to start there for that reason aloneThat's not to say this is a bad book I liked it and there's a dizzying array of ideas and concepts here some which again seem ahead of their time with recent books dealing with a few of the same themes and getting recognition for it It's a dense and complex book Unfortunately I think that complexity does come at the expense of plot it's just not as entertaining as it might be in fact for much of the book there wasn't anybody or group I was rooting for they all seemed to be in the wrong Which isn't a flaw itself good books can exist with no characters you want to win but it needs to be that much better to pull it off and here it doesn't uite reach that level the characters are a little too flat and their ethically troubling decisions never seem adeuately addressed nor does the story build to any kind of particularly satisfying conclusion It reads like a book where the author got so caught up in the ideas the story was based on that they lost sight of the story itself in trying to explore them I will be continuing to the next book in the series Vast eventually which I've heard is much better

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Iter disappeared on the planet along with a handful of followers though whether they were taken by death or transcendence no one could sayTen years later Jupiter's son Lot stands at the center of conflict Like his father Lot has a seductive presence and a charismatic nature that seems than human People are helplessly drawn to him Their faith in him is strong and their numbers are growing but Lot is b. An interesting read with uite a few twists and unexpected events Only 3 stars because the events are often confusing and unclear what is going on I liked the first book better but the series is definitely interesting and I will continue reading the other books The story is not that original but the setting is uniue There is enough mystery to keep you hooked and the characters feel real and have their own personality

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Deception WellEset with doubts about his father's teachings So he sets out to learn the truth about Jupiter about his own powerful calling as a prophet and about the real nature of Deception Well where a razor thin line divides bliss from damnationEnjoy all four books of the Nanotech Succession a collection of stand alone novels exploring the rise of nanotechnology and the strange and fascinating future that follo. I really enjoyed the first book of this series unfortunately it seems series is a very loose term and this volume is only slightly related to the first I didn't care for the beginning of the story or the characters and things really didn't get better as I read at about 23 through I gave up I've love every thing else I've read from Linda Nagata but this was a disappointment