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Tag Archives: Infomocracy
And so we come to the end of Malka Older’s Infomocracy (all posts here). All kinds of things happen in the novel’s second half, so if you haven’t read those chapters yet, be warned that here be spoilers. Overall, I … Continue reading
A major election sees chaos creeping in, and a sense of mingled panic and dread is in the air. Of course I’m talking about the near future of Infomocracy, as our reading continues. Right now I’m halfway in. With this post … Continue reading
Back to our online near future science fiction book club! How is our third book so far, Malka Older‘s Infomocracy? I don’t know about you, but I’m having a blast. This is a splendidly imaginative novel, building up a fascinating … Continue reading
In July we launched an online book club to read near-future science fiction. So far we’ve read Paolo Bagicalupi’s The Water Knife (discussion) and Ernst Cline’s Ready Player One (discussion). Dozens of people have participated by reading, and also by commenting here and … Continue reading