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Oikos by Adam Moorad
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Nov 20, 2010

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In Oikos, Adam Moorad excels at two things in particular: characterization and conveying the minutiae of everyday life. Moorad does an excellent job at explaining protagonist Lamb's train of thought, how Lamb'll be thinking of one thing, which leads to another, which leads to another, and so on, until he's crafted a faux-scenario that has little to do with the original thought. This is strikingly similar to what we as humans actually do. Regarding gripes, I wanted a more intense plot, and the text does meander from time to time. Still, Oikos is a solid effort all around.

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P. H. Thank you.

Adam Moorad thanks jason!

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