Smith tends to make quick transitions that get me lost, and I didnít care for the gimmick of bringing apes and porpoises into the story as moral agents, but otherwise I enjoyed the book. It is two notches better than his other books and only a couple notches below the average James P. Hogan or F. Paul Wilson book.
Year Read: 2002
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