I like stories that pump the imagination. I selected Small Miracles and just sat back and waited for things to get strange. They do. The book goes well, detailing the development of nanotechnology, but needs work. There are third person threads, machines stepping up to speak, then lots of technical jargon and human rewiring. Best of all is probably the narrator who does stay on top of the story with some interesting voices as it progresses.
The man is so underrated. Godlike delivery enhances Moliere. Brings back to life. Opening lines of Brian Bedford are funny too.
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