This story explores many interfaces between humans and their technologies, between the promises of science and the explanations of faith. It is written in a first person style which mingles elements of detective story and confessional. Alongside its SF content the book delves into the complexities of friendship, loyalty, love and betrayal from an intimate human perspective.
This is grrrlstyle SF: as well as all the favourite "Airfix" features, the protagonists deconstruct personal relationships amidst macrocosmic and deeply philosophical goings-on. The writing is punchy, but with a literary sheen. It delivers complex concepts and a twisting plot with a deceptively light touch....Continua