Thumbs up for The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi. Science fiction.
The overarching plot is even more incomprehensible than that of the first book—again, I fully admit I may just not be smart enough—but oh, how fun it is to read.
Fatigue stings my eyes like sand. A reminder that, in spite of appearances, I am not free. Perhonen‘s captain Mieli stubbornly refuses to give me root access to my Sobornost-made body, keeping it firmly within baseline human operating parameters in spite of my assurances that my previous attempts to escape our involuntary partnership were misunderstandings and that I am firmly committed to paying my debt of honor to her and her elusive Sobornost employer. Honest.
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