Iris

Iris A small disaffected group of artists scientists and software developers in route to Titan the crew of Deepstar was seeking escape isolation and refuge when Iris wandered into the solar system N

  • Title: Iris
  • Author: William Barton Michael Capobianco
  • ISBN: 9780553288223
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A small, disaffected group of artists, scientists, and software developers in route to Titan , the crew of Deepstar was seeking escape, isolation, and refuge when Iris wandered into the solar system Now curiosity and wonder are drawing the star travelers to the mysterious gas giant and its hospitable moonsfor here lies their long sought dream of a new home and future ButA small, disaffected group of artists, scientists, and software developers in route to Titan , the crew of Deepstar was seeking escape, isolation, and refuge when Iris wandered into the solar system Now curiosity and wonder are drawing the star travelers to the mysterious gas giant and its hospitable moons for here lies their long sought dream of a new home and future But an alien space going vessel unimaginably ancient yet astonishingly still operational has been left behind on the surface of one of Iris s oribitn satellites by a strange and unknown culture And the extraordinary artifact is pointing the colonist toward an even remarkable discovery awaiting them on Iris itself something deadly, inconceivabled alive.

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    • Iris by William Barton Michael Capobianco
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      Published :2019-07-14T05:00:09+00:00

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    1. William Renald Barton III born September 28, 1950 is an American science fiction writer In addition to his standalone novels, he is also known for collaborations with Michael Capobianco Many of their novels deal with themes such as the Cold War, space travel, and space opera.Barton also has written short stories that put an emphasis on sexuality and human morality in otherwise traditional science fiction His short fiction has appeared in Asimov s and Sci Fiction, and has been nominated for the Hugo Award, the Theodore Sturgeon Award, the Sidewise Award, and the HOMer Award, and three of his novels The Transmigration of Souls, Acts of Conscience, and When We Were Real have been nominated for the Philip K Dick Award.Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.

    2. This was one weird book. I tend to lean towards hard science fiction, and so prefer authors that are scientists in their day jobs. But this book was technical enough to be off putting. No attempt was made to include the reader, so they could grasp the technical side of what was going on. (The normal opening is to have a lay person character to which the tech guys explain things to). The premise was interesting (an alien artifact found on an recently discovered planet), but the characters, pretty [...]

    3. This book offers good science fiction to an extent, but the ending is quite weak. The sex is where the story seriously suffers. I'm a heterosexual person who can appreciate heartfelt descriptions of sensuality regardless of the genders involved, but that's not what you get in this book. The passages of gay oral sex are distinctly dominant-submissive and have a gratuitous, voyeuristic porn quality that make you want to take a shower. The tone is such that the scenes would not have been improved i [...]

    4. Schizophrenic. One part is all sex, personal histories and drama, the other part is mind-bending science fiction. Excellent, if a tough read.

    5. Couldn't finish it. Could barely get more than a few pages into it. Found the characters utterly unpleasant, and the writing mediocre at best.

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