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Tortilla Tuesday: Harry Tortilla "reviews" 2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson

Posted on 2013-01-01 at 4:0 by montsamu

[Editor's note: Kim Stanley Robinson's 2312 was the finest science fiction novel published in 2012. However, the disturbed mind of Harry Tortilla sees Omnicorp and its evils everywhere, whether it's replacing Neal Stephenson with a robot to write Reamde, or, as Harry sees here, making sure utopias are just unrealistic enough before allowing them to be published. And a warning: there be some spoilers afoot, though nothing ruinous to enjoying the novel.]


By Harry Tortilla:

Since my Displacement in the

Posted in harry tortilla | Tagged 2312, harry tortilla, kim stanley robinson

Tortilla Tuesday: Harry Tortilla "reviews" Reamde by Neal Stephenson (also a contest)

Posted on 2012-11-14 at 3:0 by montsamu

[Editor's note: Tortilla Tuesday will be a very irregular and quite irregular guest column from one Harry Tortilla, whose single-minded concern about the dangers of Omnicorp tends to, er, overly color his thoughts on fiction... Also: There is a simple-to-enter contest giveaway, details at the bottom, for the audiobook of Reamde.]


By Harry Tortilla:

With the publication of Reamde, there can now be no further doubt that Neal Stephenson has been replaced by a cybernetic entity. A cybernetic entity able

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