In this sly and hypnotically gripping story of exiles on a distant planet where nothing is what it seems, Rod Val Moore shows us our own imagination as both wonderland and prison cell. This is Huxley’s Brave New World as it might have been reinvented by Italo Calvino: part dystopic allegory, part epistemological mindgame, and always a brilliantly insightful investigation of the human soul.
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It cannot be resisted. “Picture two brains, one labeled innocent, the other labelled guilty, floating in bright liquid in two laboratory beakers. “
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