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Praise for the novels of The Merchant Princes "[These books] are, first and foremost, great fun. Charles Stross's Merchant Princes novels are economic science fiction worth reading."--Paul Krugman, "Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and "author of "The Great Unraveling ""Politics, intrigue, and striking plot twists make this story a compelling read. The fast-paced and complex interpersonal and political maneuvering will leave readers hard-pressed to put this book down before finding out how it ends.""--RT BOOKreviews "on" The Revolution Business ""For sheer inventiveness and energy, this cliffhanger-riddled serial remains difficult to top.""--Publishers Weekly" on "The Merchants' War ""Stross has taken the broad idea with which he began the series...and expended it logically in several initially unexpected directions. The action continues to be compelling, with the author throwing in new surprises every time the reader thinks the story's about to settle down."--"Asimov's Science Fiction" on "The Merchants' War ""Twenty-first-century politics and high-fantasy intrigue make remarkably good bedfellows in Stross' Merchant Princes series. . . . The world-building in this series is simply superb, in other words--it is engaging, crystal-clear and disturbingly real....." The Merchants' War" is fast-paced and engrossing and will leave readers ravenous for the next installment."--SciFi.com ""The Clan Corporate" offers more proof, if any were needed, why Charles Stross has become universally acknowledged as one of science fiction's major new talents."--Mike Resnick ""The Hidden Family" is a festival of ideas in action, fast moving and often very funny, but underpinned by a rigorous logical strategy. . . .Stross's breezy, almost Heinleinian mode of narration is on fine display in "The Hidden Family.""--"Locus ""Stross continues to mix high and low tech in amusing and surprising ways. . . .[he] weaves a tale worthy of Robert Ludlum or Dan Brown."-"Publishers Weekly" on "The Hidden Family ""Charles Stross brings info-tech philosophy to the world of fantasy. . . .Stories unfold across three worlds that are brought to life with humor-laced action."--"The Denver Post" on "The Hidden Family ""With "The Family Trade," Stross brings to fantasy the same kind of sly humor and clear-eyed extrapolation that he previously brought to space opera and horror, Miriam's predicament is presented with great wit and high suspense."--"San Francisco Chronicle ""Blending the surreal hip fantasy of Roger Zelazny's 'Amber' series with the modern drama of "The Sopranos," Stross's latest novel features a determined, independent heroine ready to make the best of a whole new life."--"Library Journal "on" The Family Trade"Críticas:
""Stross has taken the broad idea with which he began the series and expended it logically in several initially unexpected directions. The action continues to be compelling, with the author throwing in new surprises every time the reader thinks the story's about to settle down."
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