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Very cool article, and the book, I've never read it before. Interesting concept of the future.
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Writing amazing, brilliant. Unfortunately, it parallels event already happening. An excellent read.
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It's a work of fiction and ONLY one person's perspective.
Drawing correlations to any modern or real time events is exclusively subjective aka in the mind of the reader ALONE.
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