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“This book had moments of sheer brilliance. Such as bringing the 11 dimensions "down to earth," in how that might be applied, if it ever could. Moving out of space-time dimensions into the Air was a cool concept. Also the depictions of life in the Karzistani mountains, and the struggles of remote peoples being thrust into the 21st century, were also very compelling.
I just couldn't get into the whole baby narrative though, I am afraid. And it just made the book end in a truly bizarre way. Not sure entirely what Mr Ryman was trying to get at, with all that. I just know it left a bad taste in the mouth.
Jay R wrote this review Thursday, June 7, 2012.