Rhiannon Thomas

Writing about fiction from a feminist perspective

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Hugos 2016

Hugos 2016

Seveneves by Neal Stephenson

Seveneves is the first Hugo nominee this year to defeat me. I got about 70% of the way through, which isn’t bad on a nearly 900-page book. But in the end, it really wasn’t for me. Too much science, not enough fiction. About 100 pages into Seveneves, I had the thought that I’d  ...

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