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This makes for an implicit metatextual argument for historical fiction/biography as a whole: you have to conjure one world into the reality of another, and to do so isn't so much about researching and relaying the facts as it is allowing them to calcinate in the imagination.
How many narratives have we read where the protagonists' survival soothes, if not justifies, other wounds and absences?
If the human species is the protagonist in this story, who or what is everything else?
Hopkinson's stories are very much about finding one’s place in the world, about battling hierarchies and systems of oppression, and about empowerment.
Female readers need voices like hers, LGBT readers need voices like hers, and so does the genre of Weird fiction.
Liu is an outstanding writer, this book is excellent, and when future generations look to exemplify the zeitgeist of early twenty-first century speculative fiction this will be one of the first volumes to which they turn.