All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai (27/52)

I am not a reader of sci-fi, dystopian fiction. However, what Mastai presents is an eloquent exploration with the premise that we are living the dystopian future and not the utopian one we should have received. It challenges us, it is funny, it is a narrative roller-coaster. This was one of my favourites so far this year, for no other reason then it felt fresh and original without being melodramatic. Excellent Canadian read.



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