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  • Greg

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorLike his related books about an alternative libretarian universe I enjoyed The Nagasaki Vector It is a bit cynical yet simultaneously hopeful sarcastic yet humorous L Neil Smith has created a bunch of generally likeable characters within a novel that is an apologia for libertarian philosophy As a philosopher he is IMHO naive and simplistic but for me there is an undeniably attractive element to the idea of libertarian society Personally I lean toward the side of the Constitutionalists but libertarianism has its attractions The protagonist Bernie Gruenblum is hilarious Some might call him politically incorrect but that is in the eye of the beholderI prefer to think of him as generally political correct Bernie is refreshingly honest to himself and others and enjoying life itself takes a greater prominence for him than is generally true in our workaholic society I suspect some of my friends in Latin America might be understanding where work is seen as a m


  • Jim

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorA sci fi adventure tale featuring a libertarian utopia full of gun toting monkeys aliens that look like little bowls of Jell O and a time machine A favorite of mine when I was a teen I reread it a few years ago and I realize why I liked it so much As a teen


  • Jim Fulner

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorSMith's name sake shows up only briefly here A time traveling ship from the future eventually introduces us to a third demension within the Broachs multiverse One where freedom is not valued even as it was on our own time line but the ridciouslness of Ancapitstan gets wonkier A wolf gains consieness thorugh implants in this brain and has double fisted guns created for him that only work his paws but the process is learned to be immoral for some reason that makes no sense And this dog loves Whiskey and wants sex but he can't have sex with a wolf that has no consience and the one they did try to make like him has a desire to go live wild in the woods WTF Some great one liners and Win Bear is back at least but the freenies worshipinng him


  • Aaron Axvig

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorVery irritating dialog for the main character For example we had miles t'make no surplus of daylight t'do it in Apostrophes everywhereit may be a small issue but this was my main issue with the bookI did not find the plot that interest


  • Lisa (Harmonybites)

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorThis is the fourth book in L Neil Smith's North American Confederacy series of libertarian science fiction and alternate history that began with The Probability Broach That book could only be described as libertarian porn a book that's one enormous in joke for those immersed in the movement but would probably be a big huh or wtf or both to those on the outside I think The Nagasaki Vector is less of an insider book but also less fun than the outrageous and outrageously imaginative Probability Broach Captain Bernie Gruenblum skipper of a timeship is a fairly lik


  • John

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  • DaughterDaDa

    READ The Nagasaki Vector ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF The Nagasaki VectorMildly entertaining humorous story about time travel between alternative Earth realities Lots of talk about guns and gunshot wounds a little too much for my taste