• The Mimicking of Known Successes by Malka Older, author of the remarkable The Centenal Cycle, is a many-layered book that becomes more and more interesting upon closer examination.
  • I couldnt get very far into The Mimicking of Known Successes without marveling at the engineering of human residence on Giant and the intrusive nature of its atmosphere, which pervades every scene.
  • Frefor was one of those men who must always make noises before they speak, like a short runway allowing their thoughts to launch. The Mimicking of Known Successes, Kindle edition, Location 848In a sense, The Mimicking of Known Successes is about human daring.
  • Should it be a restoration of things as they had been, that is, the known successes of the past growth of life, or a going back to first principles to foster something different?
  • My thanks to Tordotcom and Net Galley for an advance review copy of The Mimicking of Known Successes as the basis for this review, which reflects solely my own opinions.
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