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A book that starts out as a heartwarming tale of parenthood, turns real dark, real fast, and ends up a surreal exploration of a world of monsters, cults, and heartbroken parents in New York City. Kinda about parenthood, kinda about … Continue reading
The Wind Up Girl Paolo Bacigalupi Global warming, mega corporations bent on world domination, genetically modified food, floods, plagues, mechanical sex slaves. The future in the Wind-Up Girl isn’t very uplifting, but the way Bacigalupi tells this story of a … Continue reading
A Canticle for Leibowitz Walter M. Miller Top five novel of the small-group-keeps-knowledge-alive-in-post-apocalyptic world sub genre of science fiction. You either love this kind of novel or you don’t. I love them, and have read scores, A Canticle for Leibowitz … Continue reading
Gravity’s Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon I read it. Cover to cover. I was 19 and people said it was a work of genius, so I gave it a go. Did I understand it? No. Was it pure hubris to think I … Continue reading