Book Review: Influx by Daniel Suarez

I don’t read much science fiction, especially of the hard variety, but my uncle does. So check out his review of the recently released Influx.

As a Matter of Fancy

Influx by Daniel Suarez

Four stars out of Five.

“Anything before you’re thirty-five is new and exciting, and anything after that is proof that the world’s going to hell.”

Excellent. Hard science fiction that grabs the reader by the throat and doesn’t let go. A haunting tale about the government trying to protect us from ourselves. The premise is that for the last fifty years an increasingly powerful bureau of the federal government has been identifying and sequestering scientific breakthroughs–and their inventors–

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