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METAtropolis by John Scalzi
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Oct 23, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: audible, listened
Recommended to Kohl by: MacBreak Weekly
Recommended for: sci-fi, environmentalism, sustainability fans
Read in December, 2008

METAtropolis is an example of what sci-fi authors do best: show us what's achievable, what's possible, and motivate us to make that future real. My favorite chapters were the first - In the Forests of the Night by Jay Lake (read by Michael Hogan) - and fifth - To Hie from Far Cilenia by Karl Schroeder (read by Stefan Rudnicki) - though the fourth - Utere Nihil... by John Scalzi (read by Alessandro Juliani) - was campy and amusing.

Audible.com has the first chapter as a free download, so you can try before you buy. But go ahead and plan on buying; it's that good.
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