When Gravity Fails

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Living in a decadent world of cheap pleasures and easy death in the 22nd century, Marid Audra has kept his independence and his identity the hard way. Like everything else in Budayeen, he is available, for a price. This is a detective story about an insane future world not far removed from our own.

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Yvette

Apr 8, 2007

A new angle on sci-fi

A science fiction book set in an Arab world. I've read many sci-fi books and this is one of the best. It's Islam cyber-punk and a ripping read with a story that flows brilliantly. And it has as a bonus that it really opened up a whole new world for me. Well, several of them. Both it's own dark, gritty underworld, and the world of Arab and Islam culture, without being overbearing about it. The author draws you completely into his world and while there is a lot of depth to the story and all of the characters, which is continued very well in the rest of the trilogy, it's a very easy read and very quick to get into. I can highly recommend this book to anyone remotely interested in the science fiction genre, and even those outside it.

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