The Curve of the Earth (Paperback)
Orbit, 9780316220064, 400pp.
Publication Date: March 19, 2013
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Praise For The Curve of the Earth…
"This is British sci-fi at its hard-boiled best, and it's worth reading just for the irascible Petrovitch: a diplomat lacking diplomacy, who delights in confronting the idiocy of the world around him."
-The Guardian on The Curve of the Earth
"Morden has built a fully realized, believable, post-apocalyptic world and populated it with full-bodied characters... He's also completely engaging and so compelling you don't dare look away from him, for fear you might miss something."
-Booklist (Starred Review)
"With Equations Of Life, Morden has got hold of the comfortable old beta-tested cyberpunk genre by the scruff of its digital neck and released it in a smooth alpha version ready to take on all comers in the new age. I never thought I'd want to know what happens next to a smart-mouth anti-hero heart-attack victim in a ruined Metrozone city - but I do."
-Peter F. Hamilton
"Small, immoral, likeably unlikeable, Petrovitch steps fully formed onto the neon slick streets of London as if on the run from a classic anime..."
-Jon Courtenay Grimwood, award-winning author of the Arabesk Trilogy on Equations of Life
"Off the wall, as any good science fiction should be."
-Sunday Business Post Magazine