RecursionDe (autor) Blake Crouch
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 09 Jan 2020
Recursion takes mind-twisting premises and embeds them in a deeply emotional story about time and loss and grief and most of all, the glory of the human heart' - Gregg Hurwitz, international bestselling author of Orphan XA breathtaking exploration of memory and what it means to be human, Recursion is the follow-up novel to the smash-hit thriller, Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch. At first, it looks like a disease. An epidemic that spreads through no known means, driving its victims mad with memories of a life they never lived.
But the force that's sweeping the world is no pathogen. It's just the first shockwave, unleashed by a stunning discovery - and what's in jeopardy is not just our minds. In New York City, Detective Barry Sutton is closing in on the truth - and in a remote laboratory, neuroscientist Helena Smith is unaware that she alone holds the key to this mystery .
. . and the tools for fighting back.
Together, Barry and Helena will have to confront their enemy - before they, and the world, are trapped in a loop of ever-growing chaos. 'A fantastic read' Andy Weir, Number one New York Times bestselling author of The Martian
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Victor Tanasa a dat nota:
Unfortunately, there were a lot of things I didn't like about Recursion. Light spoilers ahead. Let's start with the ultra generic characters: a divorced cop who lost a child and a work-obsessed scientist whose mother has Alzheimer. That's basically all you'll know about them - they don't feel real, they don't really grow throughout the book, they make stupid decisions and there's even a love story thrown in for good measure (it comes from nowhere and feels extremely forced). The plot was interesting in the beginning, when it was all mystery, but got stale fast when it switched to bullets and explosions instead of well thought out explorations of ethics, memory and time. And no, the "what happens if you go back in time and kill Hitler" scenario was neither enough nor original. The science is all mumbo-jumbo and unconvincing, as Crouch throws in (the authors does that a lot) some terms like micro black holes and expects the reader to not think too much about it. Barry, the detective, becomes a particle physicist at some point, which is just laughable. Didn't care at all for the writing, as this is another one of those books that feels more like a movie (or a script) than an actual novel. Dark Matter didn't suffer as much from this, or I guess it was just more entertaining and one could gloss over the issue more easily. I found the ending weak. Establishing that you can't do a thing, but then with the power of trying harder you actually can, resolving everything, is just lazy. Not recommended, skip this one.