My Real Children

real childrenA (late) signposting over to my most recent review at Strange Horizons. This time, I had the privilege of reading Jo Walton’s My Real Children, which is simultaneously a weirdly heartbreaking narrative of a woman’s two possible lives, an alternative history of the twentieth century, and a meditation on the lives we choose for ourselves.

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One comment

  1. I’m personally super-excited about her upcoming The Just City (Ancient Greek gods and robots just go together too well), but this looks intriguing too.

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