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  • Grim fun

    Neuromancer’s imagery of icebergs of styrofoam plus Margaret Atwood’s corporate citizenship, Hiro Protagonist’s neoliberal hellscape, and John Scalzi’s “rah rah war no wait” combat squad romanticism.

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  • Amazing!

    This book was amazing - the time jumping fit together so well.

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  • Satisfying self enclosed story

    How do you affect a war when you are not sure about what part of the war you are fighting in because the transit jump they send you on doesn't stay in linear time? This book grabbed me and dragged me until I finished Dietz' story. A wonderful single story that is all wrapped up.

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  • The light brigade

    Wonderful story about finding one's way in confusing circumstances.

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  • Starship Troopers (but better!) + time travel

    Kameron Hurley has really leveled up in her latest entry. It takes a bit to figure out what is going on, and it certainly didn't go in any expected direction. However, like all of her work, there are plenty of exploding bodies, so not for those who are squeamish about body horror, but it is about a war...

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