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I liked a lot this book mainly because of the attempt to look at society and human relationships from a "different point of view"... The one of a twist or better the point of view of someone that is not belonging to human society. From a "scenic" point of view, for me the end reminds me "Butch cassidy and Billy the kid"... in a word a perfect end!
Roberto Palazzolo said on Nov 22, 2010, 20:06
‘Blackman’ is a hard-boiled detective story that takes place a century from now, in a future different from the one depicted in Takeshi Kovacs trilogy....
What we are, like we act, what we do and accomplish in our lifetime is due to the capabilities we acquires from the culture we were born and soaked or it is related to our genes and we can’t do anything to change our “wiring”.
This is the main theme of the book. Morgan gives us his answer with a truly remarkable and riveting book.
Not an easy writing, especially at the beginning, when the author is binding together the different parts of the storyline. But it you are patient and endure the effort of surviving the first chapters you’ll be rewarded with an awesome SF novel.
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