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Pleasingly retro style cyber punk.
on 6 September 2014
It might sound odd to conclude that a book about a future world 500 years from now is old school but this feels like it was written during the late 80s or early 90s. All attitude, new speak, big guns and hyper sexuality. Koko, the eponymous protagonist is a fearsome amalgamation of school boy sex object, ruthless killer, techno mercenary and mother figure. The future has gone to s*** and it's every woman for her self.
This sounds like heavy criticism but it's not. This is done with style, panache and gusto. It's pacey, tight and fun. Recommended.