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What the community says about Chasm City (Revelation Space)
- "This is an elaborate and detailed science-fiction story that once you start reading is hard to put down. In this long novel, my paperback was 694 pages with a small font, one Tanner Mirabel - a solider-of-fortune - persists against overwhelming odds to hunts down an individual, Argent Reivich, that killed his friends"
- "So I've been on a book reading binge and i wanted to find a good book on Alastair Reynolds, I searched and searched and I finally ended up buying Chasm City (Revelation Space). Boy do I love the, it has everything a good book should have and I can't wait to tell my friends about it."
- "Pretty great and just one in the series. Absolutely entertaining and very informative. This is one book you need to read if you're into science fiction. Some great parts of the book that are my favorite, but I can't say without giving anything away. A must read!"
- "I must admit that I thoroughly enjoyed Chasm City. Alistair Reynolds truly walked a tightrope as he balanced between the three storylines. The author has a gift, which I witnessed first in Revelation Space and again in Chasm City, for making multiple seemingly unrelated storylines merge seamlessly to create a believable and enthralling plot. My only complaint would perhaps be that the novel ends with a sort of forced cleanliness. Everything seems to fall into place a little too easily, with nearly everything explained. A little mystery at the end of a novel never hurts!"