NEW SCI-FI ANTHOLOGY COMBINES GENRE-BLENDING MUSIC, ART, AND FICTION TO FORESHADOW THE GRITTY, HYBRID WORLD OF TOMORROW
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"In a near-future world where human augmentation is common and gifted children are referred to as 'neuro-technology,' a cynical PI observes, 'Technology was always advancing. It was humanity that was regressing.' Some of the tales in this intriguing cyberpunk anthology illustrate this maxim, others suggest that certain deeply human traits will transcend technology. There's lots of gritty action here and a soundtrack to match it, but there's also Jaleigh Johnson's poignant meditation on art and love and memory, and a note of hope in Rosemary Jones's story of a young librarian determined to pass on her love of stories."
"[This] is a truly remarkable science fiction anthology. It offers an intriguing vision of a not-so-distant future in which our world has been transformed not by dramatic technological upheaval but by the slow and steady erosion of mankind's assumptions about his own identity."
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