The Museum of Unnatural History
Built by the enigmatic Terence Bumbly in the 25th century, the Museum of Unnatural History was a living catalogue of what humans created after ethical constraints were removed. A boy who could levitate before he could crawl; tiny implants that induce drug-free euphoria; revolutions described as `avalanches' of civilization; SIBs (Superior Intelligence Beings) that have dis...more
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Published January 9th 2007 by Figment
(first published 2007)
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A pretty interesting book. Certainly unusual. Dark, yet humorous. It reads like a factual account, yet it is (obviously) entirely fictional. It is almost as if it has found it's way back to us from some version of our future. A good read to fill in time between books or to pass a lazy afternoon. Anyone with a love of the unusual, or an appreciation of something a little different, will enjoy this book.