Bug Park
by James P. Hogan

Another good story by Hogan. Strong on action at the end. Not much philosophy. It features a woman with Randian characteristics: good looking, intelligent, selfish, purposeful, hard working, and rational. But she is evil.

The gimmick in this book is miniature robots that are controlled by people hooked up to virtual-reality headgear. It would be a good book for teen-age boys because the hero is one.

Year Read: 2000


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