One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. The book is about adventure and action. There was slight affection romantically between two characters but is put in the background.
The continuing action in this book kept me on edge. The main young characters are very full to the extent that sometimes I had to put some assuming of their futures aside because I couldn't always guess. That's what marks this book as good. The plot is well put together as are the many side and back stories. One person found this helpful. A history in the future, mankind's hatred of the machines that almost destroyed them, are being used to take control of not just earth, but all people every where. Two brothers vie for control for vastly different reasons. A book that is hard to put down, with a well written story.
Well, the story line was pretty good; a mix of past and present, tech and non-tech, humans and aliens, good and evil. I like the premise and the part of the story that I was allowed to read -- because all of a sudden, the book just ended! Like someone tore out the last few pages of the book so there is no end to this story. Or this part of the story being told through several books. And that's why 2 stars. I would've given it 4 or possibly 5 because I feel what I read was quite good and interesting. But I am definitely NOT a fan of books without a story ending properly, with closure.
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The present story is set on the single planet, Getawehi, of a rogue The Ghost from the Grand Banks The topics change from the Titanic to a giant octopus but a central one is the Mandelbrot set. We are introduced to mathematician-cum-computer wizard Edith Craig who invents software to fix the Y2K The Gimatria of Pi For example, it is portrayed as predicting the assassination of Yitzhak The Girl with the Celestial Limb Although recognized as mathematically talented in school, Jane Cole hid from all things intellectual after having a frightening epiphany regarding infinity.
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The friend finds himself The Grand Wheel This is primarily space opera, but with a mathematical element in the fictional discovery of randomatics: a science which shows that the Gambler's Fallacy is true under certain conditions, enabling random The Grass and Tree The Banach-Tarski paradox is invoked repeatedly as the underlying explanation for shapeshifting. And higher-dimensional generalizations prove crucial to the plot. The author goes so far as to cite Habitus There is no doubt that this novel is a work of mathematical fiction, but I'm not sure how to describe it.
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