Ken MacLeod's Intrusion: a surveillance and bioscience dystopia with the best of intentions

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10 Responses to “Ken MacLeod's Intrusion: a surveillance and bioscience dystopia with the best of intentions”

  1. Kleinzeit says:

    Stunningly brilliant cover.

  2. dogzilla says:

    Is this available in the US?

  3. anansi133 says:

    Wow, if there were any risks posed by our immunization strategy, this book would describe our situation pretty well. I’m so glad there’s nothing wrong with the way we do things now!

    • Jack Coates says:

      except that immunization against communicable diseases is not the same thing as repair of genetic defects. Sort of like the difference between losing your money to a burglar or just losing it.

  4. Brian Cain says:

    Cory, how would you compare this one with Mirage, which you reviewed earlier?  Is the world building done here on the same level?

  5. guthrie says:

    Macleod is a Marxist?  I thought he leant more towards the anarcho-socialist side of things. 

  6. Phil Wolff says:

    When Iain Banks calls your book dystopian, you’ve nailed the dark and creepy thing. 

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