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Fuzzy Nation ePub
So when an outback prospector discovers a species of small, appealing bipeds who might well turn out to be intelligent, language-using beings, it’s a race to stop the corporation from “eliminating the problem,” which is to say, eliminating the Fuzzies—wide-eyed and ridiculously cute small, and furry—who are as much people as we are.
Description of Fuzzy Nation epub by John Scalzi
“Fuzzy Nation” is a great story to anyone interested in the cyberpunk type science fiction. John Scalzi is the author of this novel. The author is a great Hard science fiction writer and really know how and when to entertain the readers. The story which he lays over this construct is great and it is certainly readable. This story is built with two protagonists and two slowly intertwining story arcs that meet in a very satisfying way. During the reading, readers can these scenes in their head very clearly. The dialogue is nice and tight and the author doesn’t over explain things or sail off into inconsequential avenues of exploration.
If you enjoy sci-fi with huge backdrops but drilled down and focused well developed characters, you will dig this. Bonus points if you are a noir fiction fan. One other note, this book aims to illuminate what the author imagines as an “in between” or middle stage of humanity’s journey out of the solar system. While many sci-fi stories focus on the near future and many others use the far-flung future as the grist for their tales. That said, this is an epic saga worthy to be called sci-fi. The ageless drama of every aspect of the human condition wrapped in a vac suit and hauling loads of ice home to feed and fuel the 40 billion humans on the inner planets.
Review – Fuzzy Nation ePub
A lot of the more critical reviews mention that it’s not as moralistically or intellectually ambitious as Old Man’s War. That’s exactly why I like it. I think Scalzi makes a great spy thriller, historical fiction, fast-paced sci fi type author and I get a little uncomfortable when he tries to get too ambitious. Like Old Man’s War itself was great but the rest of the series felt like an attempt at an Opus that was just never going to be some kind of Opus-deep critique of humanity.
Fuzzy Nation, and I’d add Collapsing Empire, are correctly bite-sized. Scalzi’s great at quick, relatable characters, quick, intriguing plot. Fun books. Not the next high literature. And there’s nothing wrong with that. And this book is fun. I like the protagonist, I like his dog, I like the not-love-interest, I like the villains for what they are. The trial is cute. As a lawyer the idea that a preliminary hearing could turn into a referendum on the fate of a planet is hilarious. The humor is blended in to the thriller aspects and it’s just all great. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel to write a good book and this is a good book.
Details About Fuzzy Nation epub by John Scalzi
- Name: Fuzzy Nation
- Author: John Scalzi
- ISBN: 978-1250174642
- Language: English
- Genre: Hard Science Fiction, Alien Invasion Science Fiction, First Contact Science Fiction
- Size: 1 MB
- Page: 304
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John Scalzi writes books, which, considering where you’re reading this, makes perfect sense. He’s best known for writing science fiction, including the New York Times bestseller “Redshirts,” which won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. He also writes non-fiction, on subjects ranging from personal finance to astronomy to film, was the Creative Consultant for the Stargate: Universe television series. He enjoys pie, as should all right thinking people. You can get to his blog by typing the word “Whatever” into Google. No, seriously, try it.