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Justina Robson continues to push the boundaries of genre as Rob reviews her latest novel, the first in a series.
Justina's second book in the Quantum Gravity series is more Fantasy than SF: but is it as good as the first?
Robson's second published novel (and 4th to appear in the States) explores the idea of consciousness in a tautly paced near future thriller.
Don't let the cover deceive you - Justina Robson's latest is not what you might at first think. Think it's just another Feisty female cyborg detective, kicking ass, taking on the evils of the world?
Nope. There's more to this one. Hobbit reviews.
our story is told from, perhaps, unreliable narrator Anjuli O’Connell, a psychiatrist for AI beings. In the future Robson envisions, AI beings are nearly considered people. Roy, a member of Anjuli’s work group, dies in the beginning, and from that point, Robson takes the reader through a mystery wrapped up in a science fiction trench coat.