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white queer anarchist migrant of worlds my reviews tend to be rants generally they/them

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Parable of the Talents (2001, Women's Press Ltd,The) 4 stars

Environmental devastation and economic chaos have turned America into a land of depravity. Taking advantage …

scientology origin story lol

3 stars

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Parable of the Talents (2001, Women's Press Ltd,The) 4 stars

Environmental devastation and economic chaos have turned America into a land of depravity. Taking advantage …

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Parable of the Talents (2001, Women's Press Ltd,The) 4 stars

Environmental devastation and economic chaos have turned America into a land of depravity. Taking advantage …

still amused by the lack of real anti-systemic narratives. and probably i know that it's me trying to put things there where they are not. but, yeah, i like to think out loud.

is it possible that in such a devastated scenario, "money" would still be a thing? i understand there are corporates and countries outside the states still thriving so import might be a thing? still confused though.

and i like the fact that some characters are still attached to a long gone world and to the fact "things will go back to normal" (lol), but everyone still kind of believe in taxes, copyright and private property?

like, you call some people squatters why? what are they doing differently from others in a world where everything is for everyone to be grabbed?

and the whole cult/religion thing doesn't sound much anti-authoritarian. you still some sort of spiritual leader whose …

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A Country of Ghosts (2014, Combustion Books) 5 stars

Dimos Horacki is a Borolian journalist and a cynical patriot, his muckraking days behind him. …

refreshing perspective

5 stars

Margaret manages to capture the comraderie of a group of traveling punk kids and transport them into a tolkienesque world as the heroes defending an anarchist land desperately clinging to freedom in the face of an imperialist colonial super power. It captures the realities of inconvenient alliances that must be made for war and leftist infighting while it keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see if the heroes can overcome these problems.