[PDF / Epub] ✅ Feersum Endjinn ⚣ Iain M. Banks – Sunkgirls.info

[PDF / Epub] ✅ Feersum Endjinn  ⚣ Iain M. Banks – Sunkgirls.info This is good It is as intelligent as thecontemporary The Bridge which so far is still my favorite novel coming from Iain Banks that I have yet read I am still wading through his books , it is not set in the Culture series, but as a stand alone sci fi novel with a very unique aspect about it, just as all his novels contain However, my main misgiving which also stopped me reading the book the first time I attempted it several years ago was the phonetically written sections by a char This is good It is as intelligent as thecontemporary The Bridge which so far is still my favorite novel coming from Iain Banks that I have yet read I am still wading through his books , it is not set in the Culture series, but as a stand alone sci fi novel with a Iain M Banks is the only sf author I ve actively pursued in years His Culture novels have been particularly interesting, their sociological framework being unusually intelligent for the genre.This is not a Culture novel per se, though, god knows, it may fit in somewhere as pre C in the broad canvas of Banks imagination What it is is a future Earth story, date unstated, but certainly not near future The ostensible plot driver is an interstellar cloud which, increasingly, is occluding solar r Iain M Banks is the only sf author I ve actively pursued in years His In A World Where One Can Live Multiple Lives, Count Alandre Sessine VIII Has Survived Seven Times And Is Down To His Last, Leaving Him One Final Shot At Finding His Killer His Only Clues Point To A Conspiracy That Reaches Far Beyond His Own Murder, And Survival Lies In Discovering Other Fugitives Who Know The Truth About The Ultimate Weapon Of Chaos And Salvation Reprint. By looking at my star rating you might think I am not a fan of Iain M Banks non Culture novel Feersum Endjin That is not the truth, though I am a fan A big fan, actually, but I try to stick to what the stars claim they are for, and since they range from didn t like it to it was amazing and are clearly subjective ranks rather than qualitative ranks, the book only received an I liked it rating from me.If I was rating its quality, however, Feersum Endjin is worthy of the full compliment o By looking at my star rating you might think I am not a fan of Iain M Banks non Culture novel Feersum Endjin That is not the truth, though I am a fan A big fan, actually, but I try to stick to what the stars claim they are for, and since they range from didn t like it to it was amazing and are clearly subjective ranks rather than qualitative ranks, the book only received an I liked it rating from me.If I was rating its quality, however, Feersum Endjin is worthy of the full compliment of stars.Feersum Endjin is not an entertainment But it is an impressive literary feat Banks makes us work for every page, every step of the story, and he rewards us with passages of exceptional, nearly poetic, prose that reveal his immense imagination and can set one s mind spinning into an all too feasible future Earth of massive architectur First of all, I m a big Iain Banks fan Keep that in mind when I tell you that this book is unreadable.The number one problem is that one of the main characters has some sort of disability and can only write phonetically So you have to wade through pages and pages of garbage like this But am Bascule thi Rascule, thass whot they call me Am yung am onli on my furst life I tells her, laffin Bascule thi Teller nuffink, that s me no I or II or VII or any ov that nonsins 4 yoors truly am go First of all, I m a big Iain Banks fan Keep that in mind when I tell you that this book is unreadable.The number one problem is that one of the main characters has some sort of disability and can only write phonetically So you have to wade through pages and pages of garbage like this But am Bascule thi Rascule, thass whot they call me Am yung am onli on my furst life I tells her, laffin Bascule thi Teller nuffink, that s me no I It grabbed me from the start Part of this was the simple spectacle of it all, of the brobdingnagian castle where most of the story is set, in its kilometers long, kilometers tall chambers, of a destructive civil war between royalists and those aligned with the clan of Engineers, of the grotesque chimeric animals of sentience, and of the multiple layers of reality implemented in the vast dataspace of the cryptosphere where the data chaos lurks And then there is the overwhelming concern of t It grabbed me from the start Part of this was the simple spectacle of it all, of the brobdingnagian castle where most of the story is set, in its kilometers long, kilometers tall chambers, of a destructive civil war between royalists and those aligned with the clan of Engineers, of the grotesque chimeric animals of sentience, and of the multiple layers of reality implemented in the vast dataspace of the cryptosphere where the data chaos lurks And then there is the overwhelming concern of the Encroachment endangering the planet.The other side of it is Banks s meticulous management of information, where the reader has to piece together what the Encroachment really is it is not detailed until well into the book , and who Count Sessine s enemies are, and why the war is Set on an almost unrecognizable far future Earth, this book is Iain M Banks second non Culture SF endevour Earth is past it s golden hour, and technology has fallen into the realm of mysticism and ritual The story follows four different people living in the remains of what can only be described as an disproportionately scaled super city as they are reluctantly dragged into a plot involving a threat against the entire Earth They face a conspiracy of powerful individuals with their own agend Set on an almost unrecognizable far future Earth, this I don t know what to think This one will have to sit and be turned over in the mental thought bank for a while the difficulties of following the narrative through POV changes and the phonetically written sections made it fragment in my mind, despite me reading it at my usual tremendous pace I think I liked it a lot I certainly liked the concept of the world, anyway, though on reflection I don t give much a monkey s about most of the characters.If phonetic spelling is going to annoy you, a I don t know what to think This one will have to sit and be turned over in the mental thought bank for a while the difficulties of following the narrative through POV changes and the phonetically written s This is a serious work of the imagination It doesn t really fit in the Culture novels, but it s definitely some Hard SF with a beautiful vision of a far old Earth filled with so many Big Ideas We ve got everything from allotted resurrections, ghosts solving their own murders, enormous and layered virtual realities, virus ridden fantasy realms, and a Chaos filled with AIs If that isn t enough, the Earth is going through some major changes You know like destruction Evenphysical Big I This is a serious work of the imagination It doesn t really fit in the Culture novels, but it s definitely some Hard SF with a beautiful vision of a far old Earth filled with so many Big Ideas We ve got everything from allotted resurrections, ghosts solving their own murders, enormous and layered virtual realities, virus ridden fantasy realms, and a Chaos filled with AIs If that isn t enough, the Earth is going through some major changes You know like destruction Evenphysical Big Ideas keep flowing in and I reveled in it all But don t just think this is just a novel of ideas The characters and the individual stories were all fascinating and funny and full of great reveals and twists More than enough for three normal novels, even I happily skipped one major complaint of this novel by listening to the audiobook version with Peter Kenny He s awesome That s great all by itself But the best part is breezing right past the creative spellings of words You know Like the title of this book Weird, Scottish writer Iain M Banks with his book Feersum Endjinn has given us the second science fiction novel not based upon or set within the Culture universe, the first being Against a Dark Background Feersum Endjinn is additionally Iain M Banks s sixth work of science fiction.Banks deals in ideas The most striking feature of this book is lack of emotional subtlety and the story is told in four threads, following four main characters.Mr Banks passed away on June 6 2013 at the age of 59 Awar Scottish writer Iain M Banks with his book Feersum Endjinn has given us the second science fiction novel not based upon or set within the Culture universe, the first being Against a Dark Background Feersum Endjinn is additionally Iain M Banks s sixth work of science fiction.Banks deals in ideas The most striking feature of this book is lack of emotional subtlety and the story is told in four threads, following four main characters.Mr Banks passed away on June 6 2013 at the age of 59 Aware of his imminent demise on 3 April he announced on his website that he had inoperable gall bladder cancer, giving him, at most, a year to live His first published novel, The Wasp Factory , appeared in 1984 when he was thirty years old His first science fiction novel, Consider Phlebas , was p

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