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Harmony by Keith Brooke


by Keith Brooke

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I started off very intrigued by the idea of this world -- the idea of a world where humans develop into a situation where aliens are already among us. Are, in fact, in control of us.

But really, it's just another fairly typical dystopia, in the execution, and the narration started to drive me up the wall. The short, snappy sentences.

Followed by a new paragraph.

To give impact.

To mimic the way a person thinks.

It really doesn't work for me. ( )
2 vote shanaqui | Jun 6, 2013 |
Brooke excels at depicting unknowable and scarily arbitrary extraterrestrials and a human race crushed by endless cruelty and domination. Recommended.
added by wonderlake | editThe Guardian, Eric Brown (Jul 6, 2012)

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The aliens are here, all around us. They always have been. And now, one by one, they're destrying our cities. dodge mercer deals in indenties, which is fine until the day he deals th wrong identity and clan war breaks out. Hope Burren has no identity, and no past, struggling with a relentless choir of voices filling her head. In a world where nothing is as it seems, where humans are segregated and aliens can sing realities and tear worlds apart, Dodge and Hope lead a ragged band of surviours in search for the rumoured sanctuary of harmony, and what may be the only hope for humankind.… (more)

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