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Publisher Description

A Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author joins Ace with a stunning new science fiction epic.

Caitlin Decter is young, pretty, feisty, a genius at math, and blind. When she receives an implant to restore her sight, instead of seeing reality she perceives the landscape of the World Wide Web-where she makes contact with a mysterious consciousness existing only in cyberspace.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
April 7
Penguin Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

TXMgrads ,

It's amazing …

… how quickly and easily this book ties together diverse and complex concepts into a fast, compelling read. It's the kind of book you really enjoy reading — and then really enjoy what it's given you to think about when you're finished. Well done!

44Edgy44 ,

Who the @!!? Is Mr. Shaw?

It’s obvious to me that one your prior critics is very well educated. Harvard?

And the best he or she can do with all that education is try and wrangle up the total sum of a man’s lifework under the auspices of having read a book and a half — with what appears to b a half cocked eye...? Oh yeah, one more thing. Thanks for mud puddling your commendation for such a well and intensely researched book by being so dismissive of what I found the most like thing about this man. Research. It’s awesome.

To the world of science fiction fans, you probably already know Mr. Sawyer from countlesss other masterpieces already in print.

If you haven’t an already picked up one of his books, you need to.

Mr. Sawyer is one of them best science fiction authors of our time. Harvard up there, I was hooked after just one book! Go Matadors.

This dynamite first book of a trilogy is not for the weak of heart. By books end, you’ll be left thinking about the realities and the possiblities

What do you say Harvard? can you give Mr. Sawyer two books? And how about giving it two eyes also. Have a great day everyone.

2k3john ,

Don't waste your time

If Robert Shaw has won all of these putative awards for writing science fiction, I fear for the health of the genre. I have read one and a half of his books - illegal alien (which was passable) and the first half of WWW:Wake. Fiction, regardless of the genre, should be rendered on a deep vellum of character and plot development. Reading Mr. Shaw's material makes one feel as if the story is presented on rice paper. His work presents an artificial lack of imagination and a superfluous treatment of all main characters, although his research into the subject matter is obvious and commendable. A huge disappointment.

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