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Cory Doctorow, "After the Siege"

I've been thoroughly enjoying the podcasts of Cory Doctorow's serialized story "After the Siege." The story, which is based on his grandmother's stories of living through the siege of Leningrad, has some sci-fi elements (zombies, robots, hover cars) but is very much grounded in reality. Definitely worth checking out. The sound quality is a bit rough on the first five installments, but apparently a technical upgrade has dramatically improved the situation starting with the six installment.

October 7, 2005 in Books | Permalink