Manhattan Book Review: Kingdom Tiber City Blues by Anderson O’Donnell

My review of Kingdom: Tiber City Blues by Anderson O’Donnell is up at the Manhattan Book Review.

“Kingdom: Tiber City Blues is ambitiously attempting to blend multiple subgenres while giving a clear and compelling story. At times, O’Donnell falters, but he is always able to get his narrative back on track. There is certainly a lot of conceptual thinking going on, meaning readers may feel overwhelmed by all the speculative ideas being casually thrown around and often left to the imagination. However, this density is a necessity to ground O’Donnell’s characters and propel the story. Suspicion of technology as humanity’s savior, contempt for the corporations proclaiming that gospel and insistence on the emotional connection is what humans most need infuse this novel.”

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