The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi
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The Fractal Prince Summary
"The good thing is, no one will ever die again. The bad thing is, everyone will want to."
The Fractal Prince Reviews
"The Fractal Prince addresses some of the largest issues immortality and death, love and betrayal, the power of story but it feels more like an intricate, bejewelled device than a deathstar. Often beautiful, it's also, often, rather stiff: a complex but inert piece of art, a mannequin rather than a real boy. But that's as much a strength as a weakness. Thoughtful, hard, densely realised and highly patterned, there's nothing quite like it in contemporary SF." - The Guardian (UK)
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Born and raised in Finland, Hannu Rajaniemi lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he is a founding director of a financial consultancy, ThinkTank Maths. He is the holder of several advanced degrees in mathematics and physics. Multilingual from an early age, he writes his science fiction in English.
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