March Books 8) Coalescent

8) Coalescent, by Stephen Baxter

Rather a surprise, this, as Baxter tries to tell a human story and also a grand historical narrative using his characteristic stark narrative technique. While this may not be the best book I’ve read by him, it is probably the most interesting. For various reasons I don’t feel like going into it further at this stage.

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