I was hoping for something with the style and depth that Neal Stephenson brought to Snow Crash. It wasn't even close. The story is told from multiple perspectives shifting between three' maybe four characters, without warning and just in case the reader is unable to follow the story, the writer finds the need to recap events throughout the story perhaps 8 times. The story takes place a little ways into the future and relies heavily on descriptions of current state of art technology. These will be dated in few years. In the end, the writer had to explain what took place. And, yes it was necessary.
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