Air (or Have Not Have)
Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
A thought provoking science fiction tale that was nominated for a Nebula and won the Arthur C. Clarke Award for best novel. One of the better depictions of how technology can so utterly change and sometimes destroy old ways of life. I found the main character, Chung Mae, fascinating. A true heroi...
Okay, I'm glad to see that I'm not alone in deducting a star for the stomach pregnancy. Otherwise such an impressive book!
I read this years ago but still remember whole sections; it absolutely astounded me. It's the tale of Mae, who lives in the not-quite-distant future. Mae is the exact opposite of an expected main character: middle-aged, not white, a woman, not a revolutionary or particularly gifted or chosen in an...
excellent, a really good look at the internet and the third world
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