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Occupy Me

Copyright 2016 by Tricia Sullivan

SOJALS rating:     
one SOJALS point one SOJALS point one SOJALS point no SOJALS point no SOJALS point    Good (3/5)

I first read this on the 10th September 2016.

Astonishing! The underground revolutionary organization known as the Resistance executes random acts of human kindness instead of terrorist attacks.

An airline attendant attacks a plane passenger and rips a hole in the aircraft fuselage

An angel awakens inside a discarded fridge.

And our world hangs in the balance once again.

How does Tricia continue to create such surprising impactful novels? She floors me every time. She takes some classic old SF plot, completely refurbishes it, and then turns it upside down and inside out and you're presented with another scintillating Sullivan story.

Her writing, with her mix of the lyrical and the prosaic, is sometimes superlative. Fabulous stuff.

Loaded on the 1st October 2016.
Cover of Occupy Me
Cover art by Sidonie Bersford Brown

Reviews of other works by Tricia Sullivan:
Someone To Watch Over Me
Sound Mind