New York 2140
Publish date: 2017-03-21
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
I feel like teenage me would have found this deep and interesting. But current me found it such a snoozefest that I only made it a few chapters in. Give me some goddamned characters to follow into your big idea, yo.
Definitely an interesting, unique view into the possible future of climate change. Liked the idea of the airbridges and boats. The hurricane that came was a pretty convenient shark jumping.
DNFI just can't get into this. I don't know if it's the writing style or what, but it's just not holding my attention
“Did you ever read Waiting for Godot? “No.” “Did you ever read Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead?” “No.” “Did you ever read Kiss of the Spider Woman?” “No.” “Did you ever read---“ “Jeff, stop it. I’ve never read anything.” “Some coders read.” “Yeah that’s right. I’ve read The R Cookbook. Also, E...
New York in the early 2140s, some 125 years in the future, is in some ways the same as it always has been - the crowds and the crime and Central Park and the street urchins and the folks trying to make a fast buck (legally or illegally), the immensely rich few bumping up against great masses of much...
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