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  • The Bohr Maker
  • Linda Nagata
  • English
  • 17 February 2019
  • 9781937197025

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The Bohr Maker review ç 5 Nd spread throughout the population Together Phousita and Nikko must evade a ruthless pursuit both to preserve their own lives and to save the Bohr Maker which holds the promise of re defining humanity for good or for illA brilliantly original fast paced thriller The Bohr Maker won the Locus Award for Best First Novel The Bohr Maker is Book 1 of The Nanotech Succession a collection of stand alone novels exploring the rise of nanotechnology and the strange and fascinating future that follow. Well this is a weird bookIt s part nanotech part gaia loving part birth allegories part disturbo body obsession and never uite cohesive enough to be thrilling Moreover at first I found the writing style uite annoying but then it sort of settled and I got past my sense of oily revulsionAnyway the book follows a few weird characters Nikko a porcelain AI Phousita a grown woman in a child s body Arif a pimp with Shrek s head no joke Kirsten a super old but young looking police officer who doesn t mind having sex with a porcelain AI and a few other miscellaneous personas of interestThe plot Well the future world is all about genetic modifier tools nanorobots I guess called Makers that alter things and the most wicked of them is one called Bohr Maker Sounds cool and it makes for a central plot theme except the book defocuses and derails itself a few times I wasn t sure what the core message was supposed to be and whether I should think about Nikko Phousita Summer House a fake Earth like thingie in orbit somewhere or what Lots of jumping around but without any sense of dramaI didn t fear for any of the characters not once It felt hectic with fleeting introductions of ideas that sound cool Like atriums mind in mind virtual spaces where you can inhabit other people s brains and take possession of them the whole Maker concept the sudden appearance of a Matrix like Architect character the constant revival and death and so forth These ideas are never explored deeply enough to be than name droppingTo Linda s credit she managed to keep me engaged to the end even though the story is very disorganized and a bit disturbing she seems fascinated with bodyspirit intrusions and the writing is kind of off kilter and yet somehow I kind of wanted to finish reading Weird Like the bookNot the best read but a refreshing departure from pretty much 100% of the stuff I ve read You might want to try but I have no clue if you re going to love it or hate it Unpredictably bizarre And average overallI m not sure I can do a limerick here that would make any senseHence THE ENDIgor Don't Try This at Home How to Win a Sumo Match Catch a Great White Shark Start an Independent Nation and Other Extraordinary Feats For Ordinary People young looking police officer who doesn t mind having sex with a porcelain AI and a few other miscellaneous personas of interestThe plot Well the future world is all about genetic modifier tools nanorobots I guess called Makers that alter things and the most wicked of them is one called Bohr Maker Sounds cool and it makes for a central plot theme except the book defocuses and derails itself a few times I wasn t sure what the core message was supposed to be and whether I should think about Nikko Phousita Summer House a fake Earth like thingie in orbit somewhere or what Lots of jumping around but without any sense of dramaI didn t fear for any of the characters not once It felt hectic with fleeting introductions of ideas that sound cool Like atriums mind in mind virtual spaces where Who Was Seabiscuit? you can inhabit other people s brains and take possession of them the whole Maker concept the sudden appearance of a Matrix like Architect character the constant revival and death and so forth These ideas are never explored deeply enough to be than name droppingTo Linda s credit she managed to keep me engaged to the end even though the story is very disorganized and a bit disturbing she seems fascinated with bodyspirit intrusions and the writing is kind of off kilter and My Big Book of Sewing yet somehow I kind of wanted to finish reading Weird Like the bookNot the best read but a refreshing departure from pretty much 100% of the stuff I ve read You might want to try but I have no clue if Acts of Mercy you re going to love it or hate it Unpredictably bizarre And average overallI m not sure I can do a limerick here that would make any senseHence THE ENDIgor

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The Bohr Maker review ç 5 Of the Commonwealth police but his plan goes awry The device escapes into the wild infecting a young woman named Phousita who lives in an impoverished slum where nanotechnology is regulated only by the black market Phousita's genetic code is rewritten by the Maker Her senses are enhanced and she gains extraordinary powers of healing but like Nikko she has become a fugitive The Commonwealth police are on the hunt determined to sterilize all traces of the Bohr Maker before it can be copied a. Very enjoyable sci fi Makers ghosts poverty and a police state with various and somewhat confusing levels of virtual reality and artificial intelligence only up to a point and then there s the Bohr Maker This volume does a great job of introducing characters and this universe and preparing us for the moment when nothing will ever be the same again due to two related events that end this book I m looking forward to the continuing story and will be on the lookout for other Nagata books the Red Trilogy is still my favorite of hers but I ll see how I feel after of this saga The Conductor young woman named Phousita who lives in an impoverished slum where nanotechnology is regulated only by the black market Phousita's genetic code is rewritten by the Maker Her senses are enhanced and she gains extraordinary powers of healing but like Nikko she has become a fugitive The Commonwealth police are on the hunt determined to sterilize all traces of the Bohr Maker before it can be copied a. Very enjoyable sci fi Makers ghosts poverty and a police state with various and somewhat confusing levels of virtual reality and artificial intelligence only up to a point and then there s the Bohr Maker This volume does a great job of introducing characters and this universe and preparing us for the moment when nothing will ever be the same again due to two related events that end this book I m looking forward to the continuing story and will be on the lookout for other Nagata books the Red Trilogy is still my favorite of hers but I ll see how I feel after of this saga

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The Bohr Maker review ç 5 Nikko is the first true post human a man genetically engineered to survive in the airless void of space but the research permit that allows his existence is about to expire His body has already begun an insidious pre programmed failure that will end in his death Nikko's only hope for survival rides on an illegal and extremely powerful nanotech device known as the Bohr Maker that will allow him to rewrite his genetic code and extend his life He attempts to steal the Maker from the archives. 3 body hopping stars My first ever cyberpunk novel From reading others reviews I see I picked well Even though it is 25 years old it didn t show any signs of its age The tech world building and focus on a diverse set of characters I felt like I was reading a 2020 release I particularly liked the exploration of the ethics and laws of nanotechnology and how that applied to the various classes in a far future earth It is a thriller at heart but the style and magic like nature of the science and narrative sometimes made for a psychedelic experience While satisfying I only have the barest idea of what happened in part of the ending but I m confident that it will all become clear in bk 2Overall I can see why it won the Locus award for best first novel it was ambitious in its scope and prose and I m surprised it hasn t become of a classic Now the author has recently written the 4th in the series maybe it will be discovered by and earn its placeRead for the World s Beyond the Margins Annual Reading Challenge