Blackfish City (Sam J. Miller)

by | 22 Jan, 2020

In a city in the Arctic called Qaanaaq, governed by the machinery of organized crime and corrupt politicians, Sam J. Miller builds a wild story. With empowered women, many LGBTQ characters and new concepts such as nano bonding (you do not want to know what it is about), the novel is already compared to Blade Runner and other great pieces of science fiction, although it is closer to Trump’s present, with a USA underwater because of climate change.

With the bubbles of the future: A sparkling wine from the Arctic.



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