Brenda Cooper

Reading Recommendation: Crux, by Ramez Naam

CruxNot that many authors I know pull off good fiction and good non-fiction.  My last reading recommendation was Ramez Naam’s non-fiction book The Infinite Resource:  The Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet.

Today, I’m recommending his fiction. I got my hands on an early-release copy of Crux, which follows his debut fiction novel Nexus.  Short form?  Excellent.  For more detail, visit IEET for my full review.

The worst thing is that the book isn’t available yet.  But since it is almost certainly better to read after you’ve read Nexus, consider this an opportunity to catch up and to pre-order.


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  1. 1. Jasmin

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