Genome by A.G. Riddle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This one moves away from the dystopian nightmare of the first and I was pretty happy to have a more intellectual discussion about our genomic past (extinction scenarios, reasons for adaptation) and the directions we can go from here.
Especially in respect to the setup of the first novel, it was rather a breath of fresh air.
That isn’t to say I AGREED to most of the suppositions, but I did like reading about them.
So, let’s hear it for nanotech, control, extinction, and amnesia. Lol.
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