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The Neanderthal Parallax

Paperbackpages. All my criticism and praise of those books holds for Hybrids as well. Refresh and try again. Oct 29, Althea Ann rated it it was ok. No barast would ever dream of attempting to take more than they need from society, and because of their stable population, there are no issues with scarcity the population level was stabilized at the point it was in order to prevent such issues from neandethal developing.

There is finally some techno-babble to explain this but it is far from compelling although the whole scientific community in these books seems to accept it as established fact. Here, I’m happy to see them go and look forward to never having to read about any of them ever again.

Sawyer presents interesting snippets of news articles that let us know how the wider world is reacting to his plot development, but his scenes are never global in scope. Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago http: Besides, they’ve all blended together in my mind at this point, and so this book is doomed to merge with a composite that includes the Dispossessed, the Man who Fell to Earth and Crocodile Dundee.

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The narrative was more readable when it focused on the neanderthals, perhaps because the alienness of the society kept my attention, but as soon as it returned to the homo sapiens the prose became clunky enough to pull me out of the story.


But these two conscious species, while both achieving success and dominance on the planet, have developed very distinct societies. Jan 23, Sarah rated it it was amazing. I love fish out of parslaje stories.

I ask the question seriously because I’ve been told repeatedly that this series is the finest Canadian Sci-Fi and that Robert J.

Perhaps it was a bit both, or something else altogether; I dunno. I find it interesting that some reviewers tout the Neanderthal Big Eo system as a “totalitarian” state, while it is made quite clear that there is no political coercion and that the members of this society can indeed vote.

Series: El Paralaje Neanderthal

Barasts are not as heat-tolerant as gliksins, probably because they evolved on a cooler Earth and also due to their greater muscle mass. With no evidence to back-up Adikor story about Ponter disappearing into another dimension, Adikor gets accused of murdering Ponter and hiding the body.

But apparently that was there for needless drama, not social commentary. The characters were flat and lifeless, they seemed to stumble around on his stage with no real point or purpose and on the whole it was a struggle to give a damn about them. Mar 30, Keith rated it did not like it Shelves: I mean, they found room for former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, I think we can argue they’re just as important eo cultural landmark for our worldthat brief period of the month when the male Neanderthals stop hanging out in their man-caves and spend some time with the ladies, she’s mulling over her rape and rapist whose identity she found out in the last bookher estranged husband and why they aren’t divorced yet, religion in general, or why grad student Louise is so uber-hot.


Ponter ends up in a Canadian lab and his part of the story is about his interactions with these scientists. Oh, if I stuck my nose right into your armpit, I might smell something. What most let me down about Hybridshowever, was the paralje of the threat of Earth’s geomagnetic reversal.

Ponter Boddit, a Neanderthal physicist from a parallel Earth who was whisked from neanderhhal reality into ours by a quantum-computing experiment gone awry – making him the ultimate stranger in a strange land. Much like SpinI’m kind of curious about neanerthal this Neanderthal Parallax series goes – but not enough to overcome my reservations. Sawyer graduated in from the Radio and Television Arts Program at Ryerson University, where he later worked as an instructor.

The emphasis on meaning and impact in your daily toils is such a simple yet huge paradigm shift, especially for the average American. To view it, click here.

Hominids (Neanderthal Parallax, #1) by Robert J. Sawyer

Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. However, that potentia I read this as part of my “reading all the Hugo winners” goal.

And she apparently manages to fall in love with him because he’s attractive and flustered by humanity’s paradoxical approach to ethics. Thank you for the recommendation, mate. We hunted to extinction. So why three stars? Honestly, this is the only neandrethal portrayal of a polyamorous person I’ve seen in published fiction.