Science fiction editor John Joseph Adams says the show’s world-building will impress even hardcore science fiction readers.
She says the show’s depiction of a resource-depleted war zone definitely rings true to her.
And check out some highlights from the discussion below.
I’m a little sad that it doesn’t have the gladiatorial car duels that Market Forces has, but otherwise it’s very similar to Market Forces in a lot of ways.
And after she saves him, she’s explaining to him very happily that she saved his life from this implant, and he says, ‘Well, you’ve got to put that implant back in, because actually I’m 19 years old, and that implant keeps me a kid so that tricks will pay 10 times more, to have sex with a child.’ And she’s appalled, and she doesn’t know what to do, and he basically says, ‘If you don’t put this back in me, not only do I not eat, but my parents don’t eat, my siblings don’t eat, my cousins don’t eat,’ and on and on.