Earth Hour

There are ever so many ways to conduct a war Only a few of them look like war.
Earth Hour There are ever so many ways to conduct a war Only a few of them look like war

  • Title: Earth Hour
  • Author: Ken MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9781429942157
  • Page: 251
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Earth Hour”

    1. An interesting short story from Tor. Although a recent story it does remind me of the cyber punk days mixed with Richard Morgans hard hitting science fiction. It is intriguing if a little confusing it feels like there should be more to it but I personally feel this was intentional as if the ambiguity is meant to make you think. So rather than the story being a means to an end it is rather a tool to make you finish the story yourself. So I am torn between it being frustrating and it being incredi [...]

    2. A lushly imagined Sf thriller, very evocative and grandly conceptualized. I would have loved this in novel length, still, it suits me just fine as is. A fun, fast paced space opera. High tech gadgetry, exotic locale, cyber-mystery, political machinations. A Tor digital only story well worth reading,

    3. If geoengineering and technical fixes for global warming work out half so well as in the future envisioned here, I'll be a very happy man.

    4. Read pile an outline for a much longer novel. I would like to read that novel. This was just cramming too much into too short a space.So good but very much not McLeod's best.

    5. Another Tor short storyTo be honest, I didn't get it. I think I would have to read it again. The tecnology seemed interesting (and wasteful) but I wasn't sure where to find the plot.

    6. Very cool little futuristic assassin story with a satisfying ending. Well worth the short time investment!

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