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17 Apr 2024
How I Killed the Universal Man separates itself from cyberpunk touchstones past, acting as a breathtaking vivisection of how bad we’ve already let things get.
15 Apr 2024
Some of the worlds in these texts span eons, while others exist in a kind of non-time, unlocatable but tethered just enough to our reality that they can be understood.
10 Apr 2024
This novel reads like the opening of a series.
8 Apr 2024
An interest in social action and social engagement is threaded this novel.
3 Apr 2024
The Justice of Kings is a genre novel that puts the specific into the ritual of genre and sees what happens.
1 Apr 2024
Griffith’s work is never not out of conversation with what makes our world so strange as to seem supernatural—and what makes the supernatural so familiar, so imaginable, as to seem real.
27 Mar 2024
Johnson's work offers readers the opportunity not just to try to fill certain emotive or experiential gaps in language, but also to reflect on what it means to try to fill the gaps at all.
25 Mar 2024
Science, lest we forget, is itself an artefact of culture.
20 Mar 2024
This novel’s perhaps unique, and certainly memorable, contribution to time travel literature is: how to face a past we can endlessly relive, but which finds its way nonetheless into our present?
18 Mar 2024
Themes surrounding the binary view identities are exhibited by all of Twice Lived’s characters.
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