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Count to a Trillion

Written by John C. Wright

Average Score: 60(4)

After the collapse of the world economy, a young boy grows up in what used to be Texas as a tough duellist for hire, the future equivalent of a hired gun. But even after the collapse, there is space travel, and he leaves Earth to have adventures in the really wide open spaces. While humanity, and Artificial
Intelligence grow and change, he is catapulted into the more distant future and becomes a kind of superman.

Book Details

Science Fiction
Hardcover, 368 Pages
Published by Tor Books on December 20, 2011
ISBN-10 0765329271
ISBN-13 978-0765329271

Reviews


Grasping for the Wind | John Ottinger III
Review Rating: 100
I have not been surprised by nor enjoyed a science fiction novel this much in years.
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Library Journal | Teresa L. Jacobsen
Review Rating: 60
...the 21 stories in this Halloween-themed collection offer an entertaining homage to the witching season
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Stephen Hunts SF Crownest | Andy Whitaker
Review Rating: 60
While there was some good ideas such as the subterranean trains, the anti-matter star and the alien artefact itself, it did not overload my gosh circuits.
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Strange Horizons | Dan Hartland
Review Rating: 20
The book is, of course, an argument for romance over science, but it is so dreary and po-faced that it never captures the joy of mystery.
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