Dorkland Raves over Amortals

Over at Dorkland, reviewer Chris Helton loved Amortals. He starts out calling it a “a cross between Robert Heinlein and Rudy Rucker,” and he winds up saying:

If Matt Forbeck’s Amortals had come out in 1986, I would have been grouping it along side of some of the greats of the cyberpunk movement. I think this is a book that can stand beside Gibson’s Neuromancer, Sterling’s Islands in the Net, Rucker’s Ware novels, or Williams’ Hardwired.

Those are some heavy names to toss around when discussing any book, but Chris justifies it with his excellent review. Be sure to check out the whole thing.

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