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Blindsight

“I’m a Synthesist.” He knew that. Of course he knew, everyone did: You can’t observe the system unless you stay outside the system. “On Earth you’re a┬áSynthesist,” he said. “In the Kuiper you’re a Synthesist. Here you’re mass. Do what … Continue reading

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Letter

Dear Unborn Child, It is due to some unfortunate circumstances that we are where we are today. In the past, humanity made some major mistakes, leading to a war that almost destroyed us. Some of us were spared at the … Continue reading

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Aliens

The single most alien thing about the world Lilith is thrust into is the aliens themselves. There are many different aspects about them that seem to clash with what humans understand. To start, they look different. Jdahya is described throughout … Continue reading

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We3

I found it hard to choose any one page to have more significance than the others, but for my blog post I will go with page 66 of the Deluxe Edition of We3. It’s the page where the train has … Continue reading

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Difficulties in Neuromancer.

My initial difficulty upon beginning Neuromancer was the author’s style of writing. I realize he is making you think about the world you’re being tossed into, but personally that is one of my biggest peeves when reading. I feel like … Continue reading

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Blueprint for a Zombie Apocolypse

My first impression upon reading ‘Darkwater’ was an instant reminder of the movie ’28 Days Later’. In fact, I think the basic beginning- waking up to a world now dead- is similar for most zombie flicks. Even ‘The Walking Dead’ … Continue reading

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Changes to Frankenstein

After looking through the differences between the 1818 version and the 1831 version of Frankenstein, I was a bit shocked at the changes. Some changes were minor rewordings, although they seem quite pointless, but I can’t begin to comprehend the … Continue reading

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Shelley’s Life Reflected in Frankenstein

My copy of Frankenstein comes with a brief timeline of the life of Mary Shelley. Upon reading the creation of the monster, I’m reminded of the phenomena of postpartum depression. After bringing new life into this world- albeit in the … Continue reading

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