Brave New World and Polo Ponies — the Scary Plausibility of C.J. Cherryh’s Azi.

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C.J. Cherryh is one of my favorite science fiction authors of all time. She’s best known for her Foreigner series (how the heck is a series where the characters spend so much time drinking tea so riveting?) but my favorite of her work is Cyteen.

Cyteen and its sequel, Regenesis are not easy reads. They are thick books and Cherryh…

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