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Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Ben Babcock - Goodreads

This is one of the most disturbing posthuman science fiction stories I've ever read (that's a good thing). In Nothing Human, aliens known as the "pribir" arrive in 2005, just as humanity is beginning ... Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Jared - Goodreads

A biopunk generations novel about aliens sticking their noses into our gene pool. A good read alike for fans of Butler. And seriouisly, that cover is boss. Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Misty - Goodreads

Pam and Pete reminded me of Octavia Butler's Oankali in some respects. Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Flame On - Goodreads

One of the most under-appreciated books I've seen. First book that drew me into the science fiction genre. A bit strange at first, but plotted up to something nice. A bit futuristic based on the time ... Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Helena Starnes - Goodreads

Despite the obvious themes of alien contact and the ethics of genetic engineering, I would have to say that the primary idea that Kress seems to dwell upon is the nature/definition of humanity. It is ... Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Craig - Goodreads

This is probably Kress's least-known novel, which is a real shame since I believe that it may well be her best. It's a very bleak depiction of the the effects of global warming, biowarfare, over ... Read full review

Review: Nothing Human

User Review  - Julian - Goodreads

What, Julian gives five stars to a human/alien contact post-apocalyptic novel that's really smart about social stuff too and is by Nancy Kress? Who would have guessed! I enjoyed this one a lot. Read full review


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