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2019 John W Campbell Memorial Award Finalist“This THIS is the cutting edge of science fiction” Richard K Morgan author of Altered CarbonHow do you stage a mutiny when you’re only awake one day in a million? How do you conspire when your tiny handful of potential allies changes This is some classy hard hard SF Black holeworm hole drive using new and real theories? Hell yeahBut beyond that I love the whole idea of short periods of wakefulness during a single trip that takes 65 million years Add a rebellion against IBM I mean HAL I mean CHIMP without expecting anything to go uite the way that 2001 went or even remotely like it and we've got a really fascinating storyWatts knows how to build really fascinating locations and situations maybe better than almost any other writer He never rests on a single awesome idea but adds to it and introduces even interesting wrinkles such as watching an AI dance or truly alien intelligences or maybe just freaking out because the rest of humanity must necessarily be dead during the scope of your missionBut add a complicated revolution among sleepers using old DD manuals? Adding jarring notes during a musical composition?Oh yeah the devil is in the details I'm enjoying this novella according to the author through Netgalley as an ARC but this wonderful reviewer here Claudia's Review has pointed out that this is not a standalone story She's even provided a link to the author's website for the other stories free to download as well as the suggested reading order Thank youI might be reading out of order but I don't mind it all that much Watts is a thinking man's hard SF writer I expect to be at least a little challenged and delighted As anyone who has read Blindsight knows

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The Freeze Frame RevolutionCessful revolution conspiracy code and unavoidable casualtiesNote The red letters in the print edition highlighted letters in the e book indiNote from the publisher The red letters in the print edition and highlighted letters in the e book indicate special bonus content from the auth Three and half starsapologies for my EnglishBriefly I love how Mr Watts writes I like his pessimism and his vital cynicism and above all I adore his perspective of life and intelligence In this novel the author maintains the level of madness that has us accustomed but unfortunately I have not understood the end Apparently I am not the only one and for me this is a nonsense You can see the plot on the cover of the book a really interesting approach as well as its development throughout the novel as I have already mentioned the problem of the novel is the last part Perhaps it has different meanings or simply the last chapter was not necessary I do not knowFor what it's worth Peter Watts' novel evokes me these two novels by some aspects of the argument that I will not explain on the one hand Dark Star by Alan Dean Foster and on the other Marrow by Robert ReedI must indicate that this novel is complemented by other stories that the author has published and that I have not read except The Island great story I think some of these stories can be found for free on the InternetIn my opinion this is not his best work but a less accomplished novel by Peter Watts is preferable to a good novel by many other authors

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Doc Ù The FreezeFrame Revolution ☆ Frame Revolution Download ☆ 2019 John W Campbell Memorial Award Finalist“This—THIS—is the cutting edge of science fiction” —Richard K Morgan author of Altered CarbonHow do you stage a mutiny when you’re only awake one day in a million? How do you conspire when yWith each job shift? How do you engage an enemy that never sleeps that sees through your eyes and hears through your ears and relentlessly honestly only wants what’s best for you? Trapped aboard the starship Eriophora Sunday Ahzmundin is about to discover the components of any suc I really wanted to like The Freeze Frame Revolution than I actually did but in the end it was just too far into hard sci fi territory for me The concept is clever a ship filled with 30 000 or so crew members is on a long term mission to build wormhole bridges throughout the universe And by long term I'm not kidding We're talking 65 million years so far here Each crew member is kept in deep freeze most of the time with brief few day periods of being thawed to assist the ship's AI with complicated builds Which crew members are thawed each time varies resulting in icy slumbers lasting hundreds or thousands of years at a time Except not everything is going as smoothly as the crew assumes And how do you get to the bottom of the truth when you're only awake for a few days at a time and the people you're awake with are constantly changing?If you're a fan of hard sci fi then this book might appeal to you than it did me I didn't realize until I'd finished that this novella is part of a series but I'm not sure if reading the other parts would have helped this to make sense to me it took me a long time to figure out what the heck was going on and even once I did I felt very bogged down by all the tech description Thank you to NetGalley and Tachyon Publications for providing me with DRC of this book