A rapid-paced sci-fi novel with a despicable, revenge-obsessed, illiterate, stupid,
macho anti-hero. It won a Prometheus Award for the best libertarian sci-fi novel,
but there is nothing libertarian about it except for a couple pages near the end,
which could have been left out or written differently. The author is very imaginative.
He packs as many ideas and actions into this 197-page book as one would find in
multiple novels. It kept my interest even though I hated all the characters.
Year Read: 2003
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