Dual Memory by Sue Burke
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’m surprised how much fun I had while reading this novel. Subtext is everything, of course, but what can I say? I love a good diatribe.
Between discussions of the nature of art, revolutionary planning, anti-cap sentiment, a plethora of AIs puppeteering the whole shebang — and friendship, I just fairly rocked with this novel.
It’s not perfect, but I still had a great time, so that counts for a lot.
It is a cool departure from Sue Burke’s other novels and not a bad thing in the slightest. It’s just different.
I can’t wait to follow her writing career.
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