The Book of Phoenix (Who Fears Death)
Publish date: 2015-05-05
Publisher: DAW Hardcover
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
This short, futuristic novel is essentially a power/revenge fantasy focused on the exploitation of people of African descent, especially in medical research. (Calling it a power fantasy isn’t necessarily a criticism; much of sci-fi and fantasy consists of power fantasies for white male nerds, so it ...
So what do you really think of the military-industrial complex and corporate culture in America, Ms Okorafor?I enjoyed this a lot more than the companion book in the series, though that was perhaps better written, on the whole (this one seemed to have a lot of small editing glitches). It's one of th...
An interesting premise, but I am just not a fan of fantasy. I found the most interesting parts to be those that are dystopic—the company that has created the 7 towers and what they are allowed to do, etc. I would love to read more about these ideas. But the slipping? Fantasy, meh.I read this late fo...
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