Review of "CHILDREN OF PARADISE" by Nick Sagan - The Factory of Ideas

The children of ParaisoThe Children of Paradise It is the second part of Genetic code but it is meant to be read individually ... Of course all this did not know to start reading the book, so I spent a long time thinking if he had read or not. And that is to put the new situation reader, the first chapters are very similar to those of the first book (almost equal would say) ... and a bit confused.

After the initial shock and checking it was a second part, I was reading the book as usual (one hour daily approx.), But as advancing the plot, every time I liked less and eventually recovered memory and the entire first book and my thoughts as they read came to me: conclusion, this book is as bad as the first.

Well ... I do not know if it is bad literary level, because I have no idea and do not dare to issue such judgments, but I can say that I do not like it and surely, I'm not the target audience of the author.

The argument would give much of himself in the hands of any other (in the hands of the father of Nick Sagan, for example), but I think this book is intended to be read by teenagers, and both issues raised as the type of decisions made the protagonists are primary and banal ... no offense ... but teens say they are different approaches that you have when you pass forty.

La historia transcurre en un futuro en el que una cepa de la peste negra ha terminado con toda la humanidad, excepto con un pequeño reducto de posthumanos creados por un laboratorio genético mientras se buscaba una cura para la pandemia, y que como han sido criados por entes de realidad virtual están un poco desquiciados. Esto es básicamente el resumen de Código Genético, la primera parte. En esta segunda parte, nos encontramos con una segunda generación de posthumanos más desquiciados que los primeros, que nos plantean dilemas y retos de lo más estúpido y sinsentido. …Con lo bien que hubiese estado que relatase cómo es este mundo casi sin humanos y cómo intentan sobrevivir y conseguir que la raza humana no muera con ellos. Obviamente, estos temas sí los toca, pero lo hace por encima y sin entrar en discusiones filosóficas o científicas.

Anyway ... I think Nick Sagan uses the name of his father to introduce his books in publishing houses adult science fiction, but actually writes books for pre pubescent teens.

Decidedly I liked more like Star Trek screenwriter. I hope you reconsider and return to the script ... that, or that do not include their books in some collections.