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Zle of a book where vignette and story and philosophy combine to create a novel designed like a concept albu. I read this book in March 2014 and the experienced stopped me in my tracks at Goodreads as I wasn t ready to write a review for it yet and I kept postponing I wanted it to be a thorough review because it s such a fantastic book I ve recommended it widely to people especially if they re interested in innovative SF that experiments with form is something uniue So I m going to let go of my great review plans and just say it s absolutely fantastic People should really read this one if any one It s a classic

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Ction to bizarre surrealism and has found an audience across the genre divide Self Reference ENGINE is a puz. The genre of ideasHow often have we heard science fiction fantasy c described as such Isn t that the great justification for volunteering ourselves to the genre ghetto for ignoring the Booker Prize winners and Nobel Laureates to focus on the Hugo Nebula and World Fantasy Award winners insteadBut it s frustrating for all this talk about science fiction being a genre of ideas there don t seem to be a whole lot of ideas going aroundEnter Toh EnJoe A physicist A novelist And not simply a science fiction novelist either Toh EnJoe has won accolades not only for his theoretically informed and highly imaginativ

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Toh EnJoe’s prize winning fiction is well known in Japan for crossing the streams from hardcore science fi. Maybe not the best but the most interesting book I ve read in 2013 and a milestone for high concept SF especially in translation Full review at Mixer Publishing


10 thoughts on “Self Reference ENGINE

  1. says:

    This is the sort of the book that will either blow your mind or leave you confused and annoyed Unfortunately I fall into the latter category Self Reference ENGINE is not a novel not an anthology; it is a SELF REFERENCE ENGI

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    Division of fractions; escape by eraser; befuddlement of symbiotic intelligences; this book romps through the broken shards of timespace which have been fractured irrevocably by the 'Event' A warped imagination underpins this mathematical fairy tale and creates delightful rabbit holes to stumble down into An alternative narrative loosely based on many different characters works admirably because of the unusual setting a univers

  3. says:

    Maybe not the best but the most interesting book I've read in 2013 and a milestone for high concept SF especially in translation Full review at Mixer Publishing

  4. says:

    The genre of ideasHow often have we heard science fiction fantasy c described as such? Isn't that the great justification for volunteering ourselves to the genre ghetto for ignoring the Booker Prize winners and Nobel Laureates to focus on the Hugo Nebula and World Fantasy Award winners instead?But it's frustrating; for all this talk about science fiction being a genre of ideas there don't seem to be a whole lot of ideas going aroundEnter To

  5. says:

    Wow this is a book that demands a lot from the reader But there are some rewards for sticking with it It's not a traditional narrative at all It's like a series of short stories that have a narrative connection It's uite a mindbende

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    There are certain lines of reasoning that if you've spent much time around logic abstract mathematics or theoretical computer science seem bot

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    The stories in this experimental sci fi book may include talking socks disappearing text on a catfish statue an inexplicable joystick and no less than 22 inert Freuds Sigmund how ever did Grandma collect so many of him?If that para

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    I really enjoyed this one as it warns in its cover blurb it's neither a novel with a straightforward narrative nor an anthology of self contained short stories It's of a series of interconnected vignettes set at various poi

  9. says:

    I read this book in March 2014 and the experienced stopped me in my tracks at Goodreads as I wasn't ready to write a review for it yet and I kept postponing I wanted it to be a thorough review because it's such a fantastic

  10. says:

    Not really a novel not really a short story collection but something in between A mosaic novel maybe? It doesn't really matt

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