Saturday, August 25, 2012
The Destiny Makers by George Turner
1993, Avon, New York
Set in the future when Earth is over-populated by humans, The Destiny Makers takes a socio-political view at what could be done to solve the over-population issue.
This book made me uncomfortable a number of times - the racism (which is an essential part of the story) is so casual and so seemingly logical that it's just tough to read. I found it to be very realistic and enjoyed the thought games played out. It's also great to read some dystopia set in Australia. :)
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