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Saturday, February 12, 2011

The Traveler by John Twelve Hawks

The Traveler is the first book in a trilogy by a rather mysterious author.  Although it did get better, even then I didn't find it particularly interesting or engaging.

from Publishers Weekly
Twelve Hawks's much anticipated novel is powerful, mainstream fiction built on a foundation of cutting-edge technology laced with fantasy and the chilling specter of an all-too-possible social and political reality.
 Well, everyone is entitled to an opinion, but I can see why the author might want to remain "off the grid" and unidentified.  This is one that probably should have gone into the DNF pile, but I hung in until the end.  Silly me.

Fiction.  Science Fiction/Dystopian.  2005.  456 pages.

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