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review ò Tech-Heaven á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ê For Katie Kishida the nanotechnology revolution begins with an act of love Katie is a young mother with a successful career and a loving marriage when her perfect life is shattered by the sudden death of her husband Tom Putting her faith in a science that hasn't been invented yeTore his life Katie never suspects the conseuences that will follow Tom's death and his costly entombment spark immediate political controversy It's a debate that only grows passionate as the years go by Katie's life is taken over by the need to defend her husband's future and to shepherd into existence the controversial technologies that might let him live again even as she's haunted by the uestion Does Tom really want to come ba. While I'm not a big fan of origin stories How things got to be the way they are especially in book or movie series How many times do I have to see Peter Parker get bitten by a spider huh Sorry Bird walk Nagata's ability to handle the human and the tech elements without having one overwhelm the other is the biggest reason to read this origin After reading several of her novels I am seeing that she is a master of creating a melancholic mood that draws readers into the way that future or even current tech affects us as human beings Science fiction has always been about what makes us human but Nagata always finds that sweet spot that one human element that you may not have thought about I look forward to the rest of this series

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For Katie Kishida the nanotechnology revolution begins with an act of love Katie is a young mother with a successful career and a loving marriage when her perfect life is shattered by the sudden death of her husband Tom Putting her faith in a science that hasn't been invented yet Katie has Tom's body placed in cryonic suspension frozen in liuid nitrogen against a time when advances in nanotechnology might heal his injuries and res. This book was too long I think it would have worked better as a novella without all the building up that takes the reader back to the moment in the first pages A few flashbacks could have filled in the gaps One of the major problems was how cold andunlikeable was Katie the protagonist Meh

Summary Tech-Heaven

Tech HeavenCk Tech Heaven is a compelling story of devotion and unyielding determination set amid the tumultuous politics of our time in a world that is teetering on the cusp of a technological revolution like no other in historyEnjoy 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 follows beginning tomorrow and reaching far into tim. Tech Heaven Kindle Edition by Linda Nagata This preuel is better than the seriesYes really This is an amazing book Our various heroes and villains all have their own uniue journey to live through And some of these journeys are expected and some are not Regardless everyone's journey takes then to places of Hell that seem to be made just for them Thecharacters all drive the plot and the plot gets driven from new future to a future I'm not sure we want to see But everything does click into place whether we like it or notThe plot is fascinating and moves at a brisk pace I like the technological development the author shows And also the all too human reactions to that same technology A very worthy read