Reinaissance 2.0: Carnival of Characters, Crusades, and Causes by Dean C. Moore
First Reads Giveaway*
haven't felt surprised by a sci-fi novel in a long time. It seems that
even though this should be an important factor of the genre most authors
tend to lean on the obvious plots and scenarios. This book did the
exact opposite, it presents a complete out of the box way of carrying
out the 'meta-human age' plot making it funny and dinamic at the same
I find its best feature to be the dark and sarcastic humor
most of its characters excel at, which matches perfectly with all the
gore moments that elevate the philosophically intriguing dialogues to
brilliant epic and raunchy scenes.
I'm very fond of finding
characters with alternative inner dramas I'm sure I never found in any
other sci-fi novel and I think it's what makes the read feel so current
If you liked other indie sci-fi stories such as 'The invisibles' by Grant Morrison you will definetly enjoy this series.