Review – Gridlinked by Neal Asher

This should have been a slam dunk: an intergalactic agent fights terrorists and negotiates with aliens while accompanied by a pet shuriken at the behest of an immortal Japanese administrator working for a superintellegent AI.  Furthermore it comes with an impressive pedigree, as the first of over a dozen polity novels by Neal Asher.  Unfortunately it’s just kind of there, not bad, but inferior to similar books such as Altered Carbon or most of the Culture novels.
A by the numbers sci fi story with a lot of good ideas, but just OK execution.  1

  1. Read May 2017

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