The imagination in the story was great. The light touch use of tech was good. Characters you cared about. The satire of the 'faceless men' was intriguing. As I said in the title, I enjoyed 14 and Fold more but still enjoyed Paradox. I have to admit that I was half expecting a seven limbed bug to appear at any moment😀. Looking forward to the next Clines ...
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Some of the most fun and truly entertaining reading I've had since discovering Audible... Also, Ray Porter? Tell me you can't hear him singing Cake's, "He's Going The Distane".
A girl and a boy and a car (Oh my!). A happier american legend on a road-trip. A bit like Miss Hiram Holliday travelling Glory Road. I missed the dog... not a Savannah cat in sight.
One of the things I love about PC's work is how attached you become to his central characters. There was a moment in this novel when I experienced an internal cringe &quot;oh no, Peter, this isn't the central idea is it&quot; - I won't give anything way - but within a few minutes, perhaps more, relaxed and realised all would be well.
Like other reviewers, I can't await for another instalment...
Paradoxes are often hard to explain so that everybody understands what you are describing but Peter has done a masterful job of writing a whole book based on them and still keeps it light , fun & linear enough that all readers should be able to follow. Definitely a great read.
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