A traveller’s review of The Amadeus Net

Great, a good review of The Amadeus Net — or at least one that is fair and positive! The review is by James Schellenberg, who also reviews for Challenging Destiny:

“The Amadeus Net is an interesting mix of tones; some of the book is in a jokey mode that sometimes happens in science fiction, and some of the book has a quite serious intent to it. The title refers to the fact that the main character is Mozart, alive and well in 2038 after nearly 300 years of life.”

You can find the whole review on the BiblioTravel site.

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