About as sane as: The taste of thunder. The smell of yellow. The touch of noise.
Current Residence: Hong Kong SAR-PRC Favourite genre of music: Pop/Rock Operating System: MS Vista MP3 player of choice: Ipod Nano Shell of choice: What? Skin of choice: My skin I suppose. Wouldn't want someone elses skin on my body. Personal Quote: Jia liu long cheng, fung er qing
This week I looked at David Brin's Kiln People. First time to read a book like this, still science fiction but with a Noir-crime feel to it. A fun detective story with an enjoyable twist.
Recently read Gemma Malley's 'The Killables', a science fiction novel that draws elements from George Orwell's 1984 and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.
Set in a dystopian future, it tracks the story of Evie, a young woman of the City. The City is a bastion of civilisation in a world ruined by the Horrors, but fortunately for the City's people, evil has been indentified and surgically removed from them.
Another review this time Robert A. Heinlein's 'The Puppet Masters'
Puppet Masters - the free men are coming to kill you!