Version Control: A Novel
Publish date: 2016-02-23
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
“For months now, Rebecca had felt what she could only describe as a certain subtle wrongness – not within herself, but in the world. She found it impossible to place its source, for the fault in the nature of things seemed to reside both everywhere and nowhere. Countless things just felt a little of...
This was a long run for me. I got into this novel very quickly, but than I made a pause which tuned out to be... Well, a bit longer than I planned (started last Sept, finished today - yeah, just a bit longer). It is a slow reading and if you expect this book to be filled with action like time travel...
I'm seeing a theme in this year's Tournament of Books shortlist (or, I should say, those books whose samples appealed to me): genre-bending and concerns about identity. I like to think about the lines between or blurring genres, and I appreciate the lens of race or sexuality, both of which are commo...
There is a particular style of science fiction I cannot get enough of. Intelligent, mind-bending, and, most importantly, cultivated in literature, these stories are a rare treat. (Too often, genre writers become so enamored with the confines of the genre that they box themselves in.) Version Control...
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