Tag Archives: Robert J. Sawyer

Wonder

WWW: Wonder by Robert J. Sawyer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Sawyer bills his WWW trilogy as the story of an optimistic singularity event. Where an AI achieves awareness but doesn’t go bad. Of course, it’s never so simple … Continue reading

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Watch

Reading Watch, Rob Sawyer’s 2nd in the WWW trilogy, was awesome and worth the wait since last year’s Wake. Caitlin Decter is getting physically older but I expect she’s far too smart to be ‘growing up’ just yet. That is … Continue reading

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Made out of awesome

I finished Wake, the first in Robert J. Sawyer‘s trilogy called WWW last night … well actually early this morning. I didn’t get to bed until late: it was Em’s prom night and she and her friends had the party … Continue reading

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Eden Mills Writers’ Festival – 20th Anniversary

The main part of the festival occurred on the afternoon of Sunday September 7 and I saw the following writers read from their work: Elspeth Cameron David Chariandy Rebecca Rosenblum Alma Fullerton Kenneth Oppel Arthur Slade Sheree-Lee Olson Robert Sawyer … Continue reading

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Mindscan

Mindscan (2005) is a Robert J. Sawyer novel (his 16th) with a central focus on consciousness. This is a topic he’s touched on in other books but this time he really gives it his complete attention. And that is saying … Continue reading

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