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The Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow (2011)

by Cory Doctorow

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  bensdad00 | Jan 10, 2017 |
You don't get to see, in some of Doctorow's better known books, how amazing he is at world building. I would call this more of a long 'short story' but I can really imagine this being a longer novel. Otherwise the end, like so many other SF novels, is odd but thought provoking.

If you in any way liked this, Rapture of the Nerds is a full length book that is on a similar vein
  Lorem | Feb 16, 2015 |
Haven't read any SF in a long time and this short was pretty fun. Utopian and dystopian at the same time. I also appreciated the essay/speech about copyright after the story. ( )
  lemontwist | Dec 22, 2011 |
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In a Disney-dominated future, a transhuman teenager engages in high velocity adventures until he meets the “meat girl of his dreams and is forced to choose between immortality and sex in one of Cory Doctorow's most daring novellas. Also included in this collection is “Creativity vs. Copyright, a transcript of Doctorow's historic address to the 2010 World Science Fiction Convention, dramatically presenting his controversial case for open-source models not only in information but art as well, and “Outspoken Interview, in which Doctorow reveals the surprising inspirations for his writing.… (more)

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