Holy Fire (novel)
|Genre||Science fiction novel|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover & Paperback)|
|LC Class||PS3569.T3876 H6 1996|
Holy Fire is the story of an old woman who has gained a second youth—in a world in which radical life extension is available through highly intrusive technological means—and who has an ontological transformation as a result.
It is considered one of the more literary cyberpunk novels of the 1990s, and has won a cult following among younger writers and futurists, especially those in the bright green camp. Charles Stross has recommended it.
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- "comment by Charles Stross on his personal blog".
13 years old and unjustly overlooked, this ought to be one of the classics of medium-future extrapolation.
- Holy Fire at Worlds Without End
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