7th Sigma

7th Sigma

Book - 2011
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In the desert Southwest, Kimble Monroe and others fight for their lives against the "bugs," self-replicating, solar-powered, metal-eating machines.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 384 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780312877156
Branch Call Number: Goul


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Mar 13, 2018

Solid alt-future novel with dystopic elements. Yes, that was a pun.

Apr 26, 2017

I enjoyed this. It does read a bit more like a Young Adult novel but there are some themes that don't really fit. It is well written and you get a good sense of the characters with enough detail left out to fill in the blanks with your own imagination.

Jun 09, 2014

Enjoyed this book. I was reminded a lot of stories written by Heinlein and Spider Robinson and a few others. I thought Gould did a good job setting up his characters and the universe they live in.

Dec 20, 2011

An OK book. I did love the theme (a plague of self replicating robotic insects has turned 1/2 the USA into a post-apocalyptic area with no metal) and the main character is likable and interesting. But there is just no substantial plot to the book. It jumps around with 3 or 4 short adventures that are all just minimally tied together. So I just didn't really get into it.

Oct 16, 2011

Usual Gould style with a nice mix of martial arts and teenagers. Really should be classed as YA instead of Sci-Fi. If you have ever read a book by Gould, you will probably enjoy this one too

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