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    2015 Reading Journey: How To Live in a Science Fictional Universe

    by The story starts off in what seems like a deliberately confusing jumble of well-orchestrated time travel-based technobabble complete with temporal grammatical confusion, alternate universes, and things that never happened. I’d like to say it gets better from there. Sorry, maybe I should have started with well-done time travel is one of my favourite sub-genres in Science Fiction. Confusing technobabble aside, we spent a fair bit of time on character introduction, but we also wait for 40 or 50 pages for it to actually become science fiction and not just a lonely 30-ish year-old man sharing a few disjointed bits of his life, regrets, and memories. Then we wait another…