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Spin Control review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB à [EPUB] ✻ Spin Control ✾ Chris Moriarty – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Call Arkady a clone with a conscience Or call him a traitor A member of the space faring Syndicates Arkady has defected to Israel with a hot commodity a genetic weapon powerful enough to wipe out huma Call ACall Arkady a clone with a conscience Or call him a traitor A member of the space faring Syndicates Arkady has defected to Israel with a hot commodity a genetic weapon powerful enough to wipe out humanity But Israel’s not buyin. Generations in the future those willing to embrace AIs body mods and genetic manipulation ascended to live technologically advanced lives far above Earth's atmosphere Now variations on humanity and sentience travel throughout the galaxy looking for new planets resources and adventures Those left behind on Earth content themselves with religion endless rehashings of old warsand controlling the best known source of water and wild type genetics Ordinarily a Syndicate clone like Arkady would probably never set foot on old poisoned Earth nor encounter a non genetically manipulated human But his exploration team found something astounding on an alien planet and the Syndicate wants him to deliver it to Earth Among the bidders for his discovery are our old friends Catherine Li possibly a war criminal definitely a hardass ex soldier and Cohen the longest lived AI whose relationships are integral to maintaining his sense of self They decided to share a consciousness in the last book but their marriage of true minds isn't that comfortable in this one The world building is fascinating and top notch I would love to read about any one of the characters or their societies The plot got a bit too convoluted for me and I'm still not entirely sure what the Syndicate's plan was view spoilerspread fertility through Arkady's infection I get but why do they want Earth humans to be fertile To have wild type stock to turn back to if something goes wrong with their genetic pruning goes too far to increase Earth's power and thereby destabilize or diminish the Hub's thus getting the Hub off the Syndicate's back or something else entirely And the Israeli plan also felt a little out of control to me like too many people were lying or doublecrossing in too many ways for me to figure out what was going on hide spoiler

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G it They’re selling it–and Arkady–to the highest bidder As the auction heats up the Artificial Life Emancipation Front sends in Major Catherine Li Drummed out of the Peacekeepers for executing Syndicate prisoners Li has no. I really was excited to read this book and it had the potential to be really great but fell flatThe author decided to focus on making a very bland boring commentary on the Arab Israeli conflict instead of focusing on any of several very interesting sci fi elements of his world that could have perhaps stood with the great social commentary sci fi of the 60s and 70s if done wellAliens with a virus that can make the infertile population of Earth fertile again A society of clones coming into their indivuality Old school spacers vs Earth conflicts All glossed over to make an extremely trite 'Can't we all just get along' statement on the Arab Israeli conflictIt is a decent spy story at heart but the missed potential probably makes me grade it harder than it deserves

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Spin ControlW literally hooked up with an AI who has lived many lifetimes and shunted through many bodies But while they have their own conflicting loyalties to contend with together they’re just one player in a mysterious high stakes game. I swithered between giving this three and four stars The uality of the writing is very good indeed and a huge amount of research and thought has obviously gone into things like terraforming the future of the Israel Palestine conflict clone society Emergent AIs and ants But overall it didn't hugely hang together very well for me long sections of exposition on the various topics just made it feel a bit disjointed and slow The plot was often lost under layers of things Chris Moriarty obviously finds interesting; the excellent character of Catherine Li doesn't do much but be grumpy; and the conclusion felt a bit rushed and anti climactic I think Moriarty would have done better to cut some of the themes he was exploring or separated them into other booksStill going to pick up the third one though