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  • kjoannerixon

Don't Bite the Sun

Don't ever believe anyone who says that science fiction used to be shallow and pulpy and pointless. DON'T BITE THE SUN reads like it was published yesterday--like it would be difficult to publish yesterday because it's so literary and strange. The only thing dated about it was the ambient belief in a future without scarcity, which is actually exactly what I wanted to read while sitting in a folding chair in my front lawn under the sunflowers. I thought it was a delight, and a nice ballast to all the climate change stories I've been reading.



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