Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Interstitial - Tomorrow and Tomorrow

Moving through Thomas Sweterlitsch's "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" right now - exploring the social aftermath of a world in which a dirty bomb has gone off in a major US city, where the world has joined up all the electronica and surveillance footage to create a remembrance archive - and where one of the curators of that archive has found evidence of a murder, hidden in the footage.

It's been a decent thriller, with some nice near-future sci-fi elements - and quite a quick, punchy read. More tomorrow!

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