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  • Title: Rule 34
  • Author: Charles Stross
  • ISBN: 9780441020348
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The most spectacular science fiction writer of recent years Vernor Vinge, author of Rainbows End presents a near future thriller Detective Inspector Liz Kavanaugh is head of the Rule 34 Squad, monitoring the Internet to determine whether people are engaging in harmless fantasies or illegal activities Three ex con spammers have been murdered, and Liz must uncover the The most spectacular science fiction writer of recent years Vernor Vinge, author of Rainbows End presents a near future thriller Detective Inspector Liz Kavanaugh is head of the Rule 34 Squad, monitoring the Internet to determine whether people are engaging in harmless fantasies or illegal activities Three ex con spammers have been murdered, and Liz must uncover the link between them before these homicides go viral.
    Rule The most spectacular science fiction writer of recent years Vernor Vinge author of Rainbows End presents a near future thriller Detective Inspector Liz Kavanaugh is head of the Rule Squad monitor

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    1. You open Rule 34 expecting a police procedural, and indeed, that s how it starts out It s a police procedural twenty one minutes into the future one minute, plus five years, from the settings of its predecessor Halting State, although the police only solve a few minor crimes, never the major one.At first, the book is annoying it s too pat, too convenient There are too damned many coincidences, too many characters who know too much about each other, run into each other too often, and oftentimes [...]

    2. I didn t care much for Singularity Sky and had sort of dismissed Stross as someone who dealt in a nerd friendly thriller mode SF that was of little interest to me Still, when one of my favourite booksellers showed me this shiny new trade paperback with its title ripped straight from yesterday s internet memes, I was intrigued So what we have here is a near future police procedural, broadly put It revolves around a police detective from the internet porn tracking squad who gets involved in a murd [...]

    3. You pick this book up at the library because the title cracks you up and you think you re cool enough to read it You take it home and start to read but something immediately begins to nag at you You can t put your finger on it, exactly, because you are too busy trying to puzzle out the 1337 speak and then it dawns on you that you are reading a detective novel written in second frakking person Not only are you reading it, you are enjoying it, despite the fact that it s not only second person, it [...]

    4. The Internet isn t for porn, silly human The Internet is for spam It s an interesting spin on a truism of our times.We are seeing the first reported smartphone botnet We are seeing the future Policing of the future isn t going to be about Robocop busting drug dealers and car thieves on the street of Detroit Automated drones might be part of the package, but there will still be boots on the ground just heavily assisted by highly networked, algorithm boosted technology Policing is no longer about [...]

    5. Rule 34 is interesting in many ways it deals with a subject matter that is deeply interesting to me artificial intelligence and what that means for society , is ripe with memes that any internet savvy reader would find amusing, and uses a unique second person narrative style that takes some getting used to.The first half of the book is something of a slog you re introduced to the main character at least in my mind Liz, and we get an info dump on the world we re going to be visiting for the next [...]

    6. The second Liz Kavanaugh book is a loose sequel to Halting State Just like Halting State, Rule 34 is written entirely in a shifting perspective, second person present tense This makes it hard to really connect to them, but Rule 34 is mostly about its world building, ideas and technology.DI Liz Kavanaugh You realise policing internet porn is your life and your career went down the pan five years ago But when a fetishist dies on your watch, the Rule 34 Squad moves from low priority to worryingly h [...]

    7. 3.5 stars Rule 34 If it exists, there is p0rn of it No exceptions Good scifi thriller about memes, spam, and life in the surveillance state, told in alternating second person mostly from three main points of view, although the POV number ratchets up toward the end While there s no POV character overlap with the first book, one of the main POV characters played a significant role in the first book Again, it took me a while to get used to the storytelling mode, but once I did I was immersed.

    8. Charles Stross is a man who has a giant brain I am convinced that there is a portion of his massive intellect that sits outside our world, unseen by humanity, which spans dimensions and finds details that my soul, continually reeling, finds amazing with each passing word.I took such a journey while reading Rule 34 , a sequel to Halting State , which is set in the same universe timeline The title refers to the understood internet rule that for ANYTHING on the net, there s corresponding porn Howev [...]

    9. This was my first Charlie Stross book The story had a lot to wrap my head around, and I don t think I can review it without spoilers So, spoilers alert The spoilers shouldn t be a big deal, unless you want to read the book for the mystery angle instead of the science fiction angle.Several different characters and groups, each with their own agenda, interact to make this confusing and enticing plot.One of the Middle Eastern stan countries is massively in debt The country comes up with a kooky pla [...]

    10. I added this to my to read list after Christopher Priest wrote the following paragraph about its nomination for an Arthur C Clarke Award It is indefensible that a novel like Charles Stross s Rule 34 should be given apparent credibility by an appearance in the Clarke shortlist Stross writes like an internet puppy energetically, egotistically, sometimes amusingly, sometimes affectingly, but always irritatingly, and goes on being energetic and egotistical and amusing for far too long You wait nervo [...]

    11. I think I might be reading books out of order again If this is the second book in a series, though, I can say that I read it without any trouble catching up to where we were or what was going on I m sure characters were developed in the first book, but this one seems to stand alone I ll probably track down the other at some point, but this is not one of those cases where I m cursing my general lack of ability to read things in order.Note The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the chan [...]

    12. It s not often enough I get to read a book which literally blows me away Rule 34 is such a novel original, entertaining, futuristic, amok, but optimistic enough to keep the reader involved There s an assortment of characters, all of who are interesting enough for the story to flow It s already had a number of good reviews I m now motivated to read books from the author.Scotland the near future 10 20 years Another Great Recession has left the world spinning Most of Europe has devolved into small [...]

    13. Rule 34 is a darkly comic crime thriller in the mould of Brookmyre, but Charlie Stross adds some extras to the mix There is the near future AR and social commentary of the predecessor novel Halting State, but it s the intriguing computer science philosophy that lifts it above the competition Add some glorious side swipes at contemporary geek culture and some of Stross s other work the nod to Accelerando is superb and you get a winner.

    14. I didna want to spread this un around, skipper, but it s a two wetsuit job I don like to bug you, but I need a second opinion Wow, that s something out of the ordinary A two wetsuit job means kinky beyond the call of duty 4.And so Detective Liz Kavanaugh begins investigating a wave of murders that involve repurposed house hold appliances and criminals, seemingly petty and not, worldwide She s assigned to the Rule 34 squad, specializing in meme crime memes that may jump from the imagination into [...]

    15. Two thirds of the way through the book, you start to get Stross s main vision of the novel And you realize it is quite grand, intricate and even plausible in the near future And I do mean you the entire novel is written in the second person perspective following about five different characters through the story.I see how the storytelling perspective interweaves with the main theory your AI based spam filter is telling you what to do, essentially, and the storyteller is telling you the story, do [...]

    16. Stross s weakest work in a long time Sequel to the brilliant _Halting State_, this lacks the unleashed imagination, the gleeful sense of wonder, however twisted, that make reading Stross so much fun It s written in a nearly impenetrable mix of Scottish dialect and internet meme speak I found myself wanting to turn on subtitles, or read the wikified version I have to wonder if the future has just become tedious and pedestrian since 2007, or if Stross has just gotten bored I m inclined to assign s [...]

    17. Stross s newest book in the same near future SF world as Halting State was as fast paced as its predecessor, mixing some astoundingly awesome worldbuilding with a layered thriller plot involving 3D printers, crime syndicates, global financial collapse, and a truly creepy antagonist Or, is ATHENA the antagonist The patchwork construction of the narrative is fun, bouncing the reader here and there throughout the complex plot It s also a fairly queer book, with one lead character a lesbian and the [...]

    18. You ve heard of Rule 34 if it exists, there is porn of it So you were intrigued by Rule 34, which follows a detective on the Rule 34 Squad, who monitor Internet memes to determine whether people are making some of these fantasies a reality You were even intrigued by the fact that it like Halting State, which takes place in the same world but is not necessary to have read for this book you know because you haven t was written in second person Even better, it follows multiple characters You love [...]

    19. Stross is back in form with the sequel to Halting State, a grimly humorous cyberpunk police procedural set in Tomorrow s Scotland, where nobody knows what an honest job is any, and household appliances are murdering spammers.I won t spoil the book, but Stross is at his best when he takes Big Ideas, twists them upside down, and shows you how they could happen In Rule 34, he on the relationship between the police state and the Panopticon, and how at the end of the day, our system of laws requires [...]

    20. FABULOUS A dizzying dash through a near future dystopia, with an assorted cast of very human and often perplexed by the complexity of the plot protagonists desperately trying to keep up with an increasingly accelerated pace of events Charles Stross really keeps up the pressure in a book jam packed with his extrapolation of many of our current technological societal issues At times so funny I had to literally laugh out loud Stross is so terribly witty I love his black humour.I didn t think that a [...]

    21. It s a Geek s Science Fiction Crime novel Initially I found the overuse of IT jargon was trying to be too clever for its own good, but eventually I got over that and started to enjoy the book.Rule 34 states that for whatever you can imagine, there will be porn for it on the Internet A series of murders, a psychotic character appears on the streets, the local Internet Meme division of Scotland s Police force are trying to tie all the loose ends together.

    22. A funny, enjoyably, intelligent novel about what will happen after the collapse of the banking system Stross creates an almost to dense world, a presingularity strange Utopia, in which the Edinburgh s Rule 34 Squad fights organized internet crime and spam creators die by the hand of an almost supranatural killer using strange domestic accidents One of Stross best books yet.

    23. I m not sure where Mr Stross s head is at but maybe he dwells on the dark side of modern life too much This book has disturbing elements and I think you need to be at least a semi nerd to negotiate the tech jargon and enjoy it It is set in the quite near future In a semi independent Scotland where policing crime is decidedly high tech but is still dealing with the seamy side of humanity i.e Child porn and murder mixed with high level fraud international politics That said it is a fiercely imagin [...]

    24. There are writers who can world build, and there are writers who build worlds Stross is one of the latter, a writer who can build a world full of characters, places, and ideas A writer who can then present said world to the reader without an overload of information, and just a pinch of theater.His newest book, Rule 34 is no exception For the short review, I can say that the book itself is very well crafted piece, and a very thoroughly enjoyable read Set in the same milieu, for lack of a better t [...]

    25. Rule 34 could be loosely called a sequel to Halting State Loosely because the setting in the near future in Scotland is the same and the Edinburgh police are main characters but that is about the only connection This makes the background things going on a little accessable if you read Halting State as well as puzzling out the near future Stross is representing in the book I enjoyed Rule 34 though not as much as Halting State but I think the two stories subject matter is the biggest reason for t [...]

    26. A loose follow up to the excellent Halting State, Rule 34 features some of the secondary characters from that book and the same setting But don t let that put you off It could easily be read before reading Halting State The connections aren t even clearly stated until about halfway through the book.It also has a lot of the elements that made Halting State so enjoyable for me to read Not least of which naturally is the Edinburgh setting and the refusal to dumb it down for people who won t get the [...]

    27. I, well, hmm Stross says this book is about the future of criminology, policing, and ethics That s about as much of a plot summary as I can provide Halting State is one of my favorite sci fi books of all time, so as a sequel Rule 34 had big shoes to fill And my first impression is that Rule 34 isn t as strong It s good, but I keep going back and forth on whether this is 3 or 4 stars There s a broader cast of POV characters this time around, so I found the second person narrative harder to get in [...]

    28. I m not sure why I didn t like this one quite as much as Halting State it had much of the same pacing, certainly also told in second person which as with Halting State didn t bother me as much as others , and has a few of the same characters I did like it, mind you just not as much as the first one I think, perhaps, I could have done with maybe two less points of view occasionally I would be a page into a chapter and realize it wasn t in the head of the person I thought it was, and once or twice [...]

    29. This is my first near future sci fi book I really liked the depiction of technology in what might seem to be 15 years from now, no mentions to hyperspace travel or quantum level manipulation of matter just right at home, upcoming tech I did find the mentions of waves as communication media pretty amusing, here s to a failed prediction, unless someone rescues the technology behind Google Wave and gives it a second spin.I m still not 100% sure about the second person point of view of the narrative [...]

    30. Toymaker kept me reading His character was so utterly fascinating and well written All of Stross books are well written the unexpected humour always gets me, and the little references and odd words I could read these books for the language alone I also enjoyed Anwar s story The situations he got himself into were as amusing as they were confounding The glimpse of the future is very thought provoking The technology used to make our lives easier also complicates them something we already know Stro [...]

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