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It's a very well written book, and the main character and her society is believable. Aside from the ending, the only real problem I had with it was that none of the other... Read morePublished on May 30 2003 by Anne with an e
This is a book that I adored until the final let's call it 20 pages or so. The culture of this matriarchal world was painted in an intelligent way without resorting to some form of... Read morePublished on March 24 2003 by Christian Williams
This is really more of an adventure book in a Sci-Fi setting. Lots of action, some parts dragged a little bit, but overall it's an enjoyable read. Read morePublished on March 6 2002 by R. Cusolito
he's got a great ability to play with scientific concepts in an understandable way. Loved the inclusion of the game of Life - not your typical Parker Bros. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2001 by N. Austin
This is not up to Brin's usual (excellent) standard. Very, very tediuos and gets boring fast. Hands off and go read "Earth" or "Infinity's Shore" instead.Published on May 31 2001
Glory Season is perhaps David Brin's best work to date (Nov-2000). Lyrical, principled, thought provoking, and even well-plotted, Brin--always a political author--obliquely... Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2000 by Amazon Customer
Brin is an excellent author but I think he missed it on this one. Glory Season held my attention well enough that I was able to stick with it until the lame ending but I'll be more... Read morePublished on April 21 2000 by Kent Kelley
A REALLY peculiar idea: Brin postulates a pro-feminist world which has found a middle way between rule of women and rule of men. Read morePublished on March 29 2000 by Wizard's Apprentice