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I-O by Simon Logan
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Apr 11, 11

bookshelves: dystopian, post-apocalyptic, fashion-fiction
Read from April 10 to 11, 2011

Dark and brooding stories of people, and their fractured lives. Playing out under the soft glow of television static while rotting cabling ensnares them, drawing them closer together into the undercurrent of forbidden subcultures. Wildly descriptive, the harsh environments mold the characters, creating new patterns of survival, and explorations of self destruction. Wielding a dark edge that most genre work strives for, these stories provide that glimpse down the dark alley-ways that many authors quickly push the reader past.
Highly suggested for anybody that wants to explore the ghettos of the brightly lit cyberpunk fiction that is all too common.
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