In this entertaining, accessible book, Robert Kurzban suggests that maybe ‘I’ am really a ‘we’, and ‘we’ don’t always work together as well as we think.
The narrative may appear simple, but is rich with detail of the planet’s well-imagined alien ecology.
H+ is an ambitious science-fiction narrative that taps into our uneasy present-day relationship with technology.
Like all good steampunk, and like Wells’s stories themselves, the illustrations shudder at the edge of a dichotomy between the industrialised past and a hypothetical, but frighteningly believable, future.
Instead of slaying everything you come across, you must bring an ecosystem to life in order to progress.
A post-Gibsonesque, augmented landscape crammed with every cool technological concept you’ve ever read about.
The brave new world of post-humanism is further away than you think.
This slender tome contains a whole lot of ideas.
Anderton’s take on steampunk is truly unique.
Why hold back on hyperbole when discussing the origins of life and its possible existence outside of Earth?