Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach

Kelly Robson
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Gods, Monsters and the Lucky Peach


I really wasn't sure from the synopsis whether this would be my "thing", but was surprised to find myself becoming more deeply absorbed as I read. A post-apocalyptic time-travel story of the survivors whose bodies have been damaged in various ways, coexisting with the subsequent generations who grew up healthy, it poses some interesting questions about what constitutes physical disability, the effects of inter-generational legacies and resentments, and questions about humans' moral obligations to sentient beings.

However, be warned: it seems pretty apparent that this is an excerpt from a larger novel, because it ends so abruptly that my tablet damn near met the wall in frustration. (And yes, when that novel comes out, I will be reading it.)