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Twenty years ago, the Gaean Trilogy dazzled critics and readers. Now a new generation will discover that brilliant world--beginning with Titan.
All the truths that were established in the other two novels are blown completely away. Proof again that the reader is always as ignorant as the narrator.
1) Fantastic world created!!
2) Like others have said the author suffers from immaturity when handling the sexual portion of this book.
3) Definitely not for kids! Not to mention there are so many other things that could happen without characters having sex ever thirty pages or so. I literally counted three scenes within the space of 80-90 pages...which took up most of those pages.
4)Characters were ok, but nothing too rememberable.
OVERALL: Kept reading in the hopes things would improve but they didn't. Gave it a two stars vs. one because of the fantastic world created in general. For exploring an alien artifact, Greg Bear's "Eon" was a much better read (and more mature)