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Re: The book's reference section runs to nearly 10 pages. Danae al'Thor Send a noteboard - 13/04/2011 09:31:20 AM
It is one of those things that floats around in the cultural bubble around Tor, and which I occasionally pick up. I always get very paranoid when they show up in science fiction, because I have a very tenuous grasp of them and tend to assume the writers have just picked a fun-sounding name without grasping the concept.

I do not mind technobabble when I trust it, but if I am worried it is just decoration I get fed up very fast. Perhaps this is another of those books I should run by Tor.


I think she's worked very hard to make stuff sound plausible. try it!
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