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Jack L. Chalker
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Oct. 30 1996 Wonderland Gambit (Book 2)
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Time after time, life after life, Cory Maddox was being incarnated into worlds he found both familiar and strangely different. And only in this latest incarnation did Cory bring along knowledge, skills, and memories of his previous existence--memories of cold betrayal that promised nothing he saw or felt could be trusted. Nor could he trust his companions who, like himself, kept moving from life to life trying to escape the endless cycle.
But it was only with the help of those companions that Cory could develop the technological means to peer beyond the veil of reality--to the shadowy figures whom he was sure were manipulating reality . . . if what he was experiencing actually was reality.
Time was running out. His memories gave him an advantage over the others, but he would have to act quickly and surely if he were to discover the truth--before truth itself could no longer be trusted . . .
"A damn fine storyteller . . . Chalker is a master."
--Orson Scott Card

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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Middle Book May 15 2001
Format:Mass Market Paperback
In this second book of the Wonderland Gambit, Chalker carries the Cybernetic Walrus tale into wonderful new territories. Cory Maddox undergoes several major life changes. We begin to learn more and wonder even more about the conspiracies surrounding the Brand Box technologies. Maddox (well, sorta Maddox) discovers that he has access to unexpected resources--which he needs, given some of the bizarre twists in this novel.
Four stars for a good solid, middle-of-the-trilogy reality-shifting/questioning book. Well worth the money--provides an enjoyable read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but Auk-ward Feb. 28 2000
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book was a good continuation of the previous story, and certainly made me think. But while I applaud Chalker's work, I have to point out that there were several editing problems that should've been resolved and weren't--such as confusing switches back and forth between names (Maddox/Maddux, for instance) without explanation.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, Quick and Thought Provoking Read Jan. 31 1998
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Chalker deals with a lot of interesting issues (the nature of reality, sex roles and biases, theology, good and evil, etc.) in a highly accessible and entertaining manner. Worth reading and worth recommending to your friends.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A fun to read fast story. Aug. 13 1997
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Jack has developed a wonderful bizarre world with twists and turns that are truly unexpected. The author stretches your imagination by sending the characters off in weird and unusual directions. This is a fun book to read
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Weird Ride But A Good One! June 23 2014
By Aridaine - Published on Amazon.com
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You won't know what to think about "reality" when you get in to this story. Who knows, maybe everything WE think we know is wrong!
5.0 out of 5 stars great scfi author Feb. 24 2010
By lorax - Published on Amazon.com
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Thought provoking scifi that uses virtual reality to question the very nature of reality. Mindblowing. Recommend this book and anything else this author writes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, Quick and Thought Provoking Read Jan. 31 1998
By John T. Horner - Published on Amazon.com
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Chalker deals with a lot of interesting issues (the nature of reality, sex roles and biases, theology, good and evil, etc.) in a highly accessible and entertaining manner. Worth reading and worth recommending to your friends.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Middle Book May 15 2001
By Elderbear - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
In this second book of the Wonderland Gambit, Chalker carries the Cybernetic Walrus tale into wonderful new territories. Cory Maddox undergoes several major life changes. We begin to learn more and wonder even more about the conspiracies surrounding the Brand Box technologies. Maddox (well, sorta Maddox) discovers that he has access to unexpected resources--which he needs, given some of the bizarre twists in this novel.
Four stars for a good solid, middle-of-the-trilogy reality-shifting/questioning book. Well worth the money--provides an enjoyable read.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but Auk-ward Feb. 28 2000
By Locutus of Borg - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book was a good continuation of the previous story, and certainly made me think. But while I applaud Chalker's work, I have to point out that there were several editing problems that should've been resolved and weren't--such as confusing switches back and forth between names (Maddox/Maddux, for instance) without explanation.
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