In which Infomocracy sparkles at Publisher’s Weekly!

Publisher’s Weekly gave Infomocracy a great review (with mild spoilers), writing “Older’s sparkling debut, the first full-length novel from the novella-focused imprint, serves as both a callback to classic futurist adventure tales by the likes of Brunner and Bester and a current examination of the power of information. […] Older creates a fascinating future world and populates it with a wide variety of characters with believable and interesting motivations. She also throws in some great action scenes and nifty technology. This intriguing thought experiment is perfectly timed to leave readers pondering the meaning of voting and representative government in the run-up to the 2016 elections.”


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