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I love Jeff VanderMeer's mind - his imagination is extraordinary. He writes beautifully, and empathically, and although Borne is set in a bleak and frightening a post apocalyptic landscape it ends on a note of profound optimism.
This lyrical, hopeful book asks: What is consciousness? What is a person? What is it to be human and non human? VanderMeer explores profound issues of identity in a novel which is superbly structured, with not a word out of place, with characters that matter to the reader, and with a message of redemption.
All this, and it's read perfectly, gorgeously, by Bahni Turpin.
Personally I couldn't ask for more.
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Terrible book about being a rubbish Mum badly written and no really story you think it’s building to something then it ends as depressing and boring as it started bourne was the only good thing in the book and is over shadowed but the whining and pointless story of Racheal DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME