Oppression and nano-level surveillance – resist or comply?
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Rogue nano – approach at your peril.
An elegant story by Sanford, inspired, it says by one Satoshi Kon, noted Japanese anime animator.
An enjoyable page-turner, with the future of humanity, and the protagonist resting on assitance from a potentially compromised proxy AI.
A singular setting from Sanford, an Earth post-something, with humanity in small enclaves under a sun that burns.
A sequel to ‘Plague Birds’ from Interzone last year.
A lengthy story that didn’t really gel for me.
A story with new economics, and more than a hint of the Hans Christian Anderson, well told by Sanford.