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  • Therin Knite

    Quantum Thief by Hannu Rajaniemi. Broken free from a nightmarish distant-future prison by a mysterious woman who offers him his life back if he will complete the ultimate heist he left unfinished, con man Jean le Flambeur is pursued in worlds where people communicate through shared memories. (Adult Science Fiction) 7/22/14

  • Erik Tomlinson

    jephjacques: Also I read all of The Quantum Thief on the planes yesterday, jesus christ what an incredible book, GO GET IT IF YOU LIKE SCI FI AT ALL

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