Sunday, November 15, 2015

Twelve Tomorrows 2016, edited by Bruce Sterling

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(SF) MIT Technology Review's third science fiction anthology with visionary stories of the near future inspired by today's new technologies. (79,600 words; Time: 4h:25m)

Rating: ★★☆☆☆, Not Recommended

"Twelve Tomorrows 2016," edited by Bruce Sterling, published on by .

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Symbolically, Twelve Tomorrows actually contains only eleven stories. Three of the stories have no proper ending, two have no plot at all, and one isn't even science fiction/fantasy. Only one story in the whole volume is actually a good read. Very disappointing.

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