A Review of the Gordian Fetish

A Review of the Gordian Fetish

I liked this review – not just because it was so positive, but because it captured a lot about what the book was about – the satire, the humour and the serious underlying questions.

I don’t know who wrote it, they did not leave a name, but thank you! (Douglas Adams, Michael Moorcock and Rob Grant were all much loved by me – it is great to be mentioned alongside such greats.)

‘An ambitious sci-fi novel packed with serious ideas and amusing moments. The alien perspective on humankind is sometimes hilarious and often thought-provoking in this racy, zany and sometimes politically-satirical story. It’s never sentimental and creates convincingly detailed worlds, with a solid biological and scientific feel. The novel explores multiple viewpoints with the thoughts and reactions of a huge range of characters and I sensed many influences, from the American sci-fi greats to – particularly, I think – British writers like Douglas Adams and Michael Moorcock. But it’s never other-worldly and I liked it that the question of what it is to be human is central to this stimulating story.’

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