[PDF] Sisters of Glass | by ✓ D.W. St. John, Sisters of Glass, D.W. St. John, Sisters of Glass Karl Latte doesn t like the st century Not recombinants not Ultimate Reality not Digitally Mastered Immortals Most of all he dislikes the talent that s damned him the ability to see into minds A forty year old ex cop with bad knees and a arrhythmic heart he may be the last man in LA without a stcom implanted in his cortex A st century Luddite with the skillKarl Latte d, [PDF] Sisters of Glass | by ✓ D.W. St. John - Sisters of Glass, Sisters of Glass Karl Latte doesn t like the st century Not recombinants not Ultimate Reality not Digitally Mastered Immortals Most of all he dislikes the talent that s damned him the ability to see into minds A f

  • Title: Sisters of Glass
  • Author: D.W. St. John
  • ISBN: 9780965840729
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback

Sisters of Glass

Sisters of Glass [PDF] Sisters of Glass | by ✓ D.W. St. John - Sisters of Glass, Sisters of Glass Karl Latte doesn t like the st century Not recombinants not Ultimate Reality not Digitally Mastered Immortals Most of all he dislikes the talent that s damned him the ability to see into minds A f [PDF] Sisters of Glass | by ✓ D.W. St. John - Sisters of Glass, Sisters of Glass Karl Latte doesn t like the st century Not recombinants not Ultimate Reality not Digitally Mastered Immortals Most of all he dislikes the talent that s damned him the ability to see into minds A f [PDF] Sisters of Glass | by ✓ D.W. St. John

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  1. Note, Sept 7, 2015 I just edited this slightly, to correct two misspelled words description for this book is taken from the jacket copy, which is perhaps somewhat sensationalized, but essentially accurate Set in a near future nearer now than it was in 1999 dystopian U.S this is a chillingly plausible extrapolation of where various trends already present could take us These include genetic engineering and tinkering, and the patenting of life forms cybernetic technology and the Internet, with all [...]


  2. Shockingly good Took some time getting into the flow and the flow was often choppy but worth the effort Despite being twelve years old, the themes even the technology resonates with what is or may be happening today Nice way with words, but needed a good proofing Quibbles the protag is physically crippled, but not only survives but bounces back from physical abuse that, if it didn t kill him, should had granted him permanent resident status in the nearest ICU Access between the platform and the [...]


  3. The choppy, present tense style took a bit of getting used to, and there are a few formatting errors, but wow, this story dragged me along at breakneck pace from beginning to end and it s pretty long If you enjoy a dystopian vision of the near future, this one is both chilling and surprisingly realistic.


  4. How could I resist a book with a swashbuckling homesteader as a hero I also really loved the world building we ve learned to clone humans and have figured out that if we add short segments of plant or animal DNA, the results are not technically human and can now be patented and used as possessions The problem was that Sisters of Glass felt a bit too formula romantic suspense There were a lot of scenes where the two main characters misunderstood each other in stupid ways just to extend the romant [...]


  5. This novel is dark dark dark The quote hero end quote is kind of an antihero He s flawed That s sure He s a freak and the heroine is too They both change, tho, and for the better It reminds me of Raymond Chandler kind of, the way there is so much power held back in this story I really cared about the guy and gal in this one and cared that they grew to care about each other Looking at other reviews, people either like it or hate it.


  6. I FINALLY finished this bookd I am glad I read it I thoroughly enjoyed it, although it was somewhat bigger than most books I read and it took me a long time to get through it I liked the combination of mystery, action and science fiction with a bit of romance thrown in for good measure Parts of the book were a bit sluggish, but those parts didn t usually last long before the story picked up I would recommend this book to anyone who likes science fiction.


  7. Noirish scifi is a weakness of myne This fits pretty well with that description, and I enjoyed it very much.


  8. As I was reading this book, I kept thinking the general plot line wouldn t make a half bad movie.There are two main story lines, firstly, everyone is hooked up to digitally through implants in their head, and when they die, people can buy the ability to download themselves digitally The second storyline is that there are 1,000 genetically modified women, who serve as a sort of non physical escort service, who are being murdered at an alarming rate.So, someone decides to drag Karl away from his p [...]


  9. I wanted to like this book, and in the beginning I thought I might I got over the present tense narrative so few people do that well and gradually got as close as I could to liking Karl I sympathized with not wanting to deal with being Connected all the time, but I hate irrational prejudice, and his hatred of gays did not add any depth to his character Loving his dog did not make up for it.I couldn t finish it This is a sad attempt at a hard boiled mystery twenty minutes into the future The sett [...]


  10. I enjoyed this e book The characters are well developed and interesting You can connect with them and like them or not but they come off as real The story has lots of action and plenty of science fiction elements without being excessively violent, graphic or overly technical Idownloaded this book from baen.


  11. I couldn t get into this book at all This was mainly due to the shortage of many coherent sentences It may have been the intention of the author to portray urgency in the writing by having phrases, exclamations and part sentences, but unfortunately it put me off reading past the first few pages.


  12. It was an excellent book a bit choppy at times causing me to get lost but I stuck it out each time and glad I did as it was an extremely unusual storyline but far to easily a possibility in this day and age.


  13. I hate to say this, but this book is probably the worst I ve read in a long time The story is confusing, the narration is disjointed, and the tension is intermittent at best In other words, don t bother.


  14. This book was a bit too sci fi for me, and was hard to follow at times Can t really explain what it is about either Will definitely be archiving this one.


  15. I am not very fond of hard boiled mystery and this book combines that with science fiction It lost me before the end of the second chapter but others might like it.