Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Human Engineer, by Jessica Brody, February 3, 2015; 6,743 words
Rating: 1, Needs improvement

Dr. Hallix has been in a funk ever since the commercial success of his artificial womb. He needs something new to distract him from mourning his dead wife.

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The story is told mostly through infodumps. Emotions are narrated not shown. The plot itself is rather disjointed. Why did they send him to inspect production if they didn't want him to see what they were doing?

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