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The Broken Wheel By David Wingrove,

  • Title: The Broken Wheel
  • Author: David Wingrove
  • ISBN: 9780440209287
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seven continents Seven Chinese kings A benevolent rule and a stable, sensual, high tech society But the T ang overlords no longer control all three hundred levels of City Earth Revolution is brewing As the all powerful Seven plot the boldest imaginable counterstrike, a plan to control the minds of all humankind, Chung Kuo speeds toward cataclysm, and the final gaSeven continents Seven Chinese kings A benevolent rule and a stable, sensual, high tech society But the T ang overlords no longer control all three hundred levels of City Earth Revolution is brewing As the all powerful Seven plot the boldest imaginable counterstrike, a plan to control the minds of all humankind, Chung Kuo speeds toward cataclysm, and the final game between East and West, between the privileged Above and the downtrodden Below a monumental confrontation with forty billion lives in the balance An epic that draws us into an alternative world so read that we become true denizens of the new Middle Kingdom, touched by tomorrow s longings driven by forces as ancient as the first human breath.
    The Broken Wheel Seven continents Seven Chinese kings A benevolent rule and a stable sensual high tech society But the T ang overlords no longer control all three hundred levels of City Earth Revolution is brewing A

    One thought on “The Broken Wheel”

    1. Where the first book set up the world of Chung Kuo nicely, and set a decent pace for the events that took place, this book just drags I can t describe my level of annoyance and disgust when, for example, getting to the 7 8ths point of the book, I saw story threads for Ben Shepherd just getting started Personally, while I like the concept of the world of Chung Kuo, I feel that a goodly portion could have been trimmed back There are a lot of characters to deal with, and a large, involved story lin [...]

    2. This is a very slow starter but once Wingrove ditches the dry intrigues and let himself start to love the characters, it turns into a page turner I even had a bit of a weep Wingrove is an uneven writer but his good bits are worth skimming through the bad.

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