Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Review: Dreams Before the Start of Time by Anne Charnock

The threads of characters from the beginning that followed through to the end were why I finished it, but with such brief interactions with the generations between, I never felt connected to them.
The focus on artificial forms of fertility as the futuristic feature was treated mostly as a way for people to judge women. It was interesting how the attitudes changed but not very pleasant to think about, considering how much judgement we're already subject to concerning breast-feeding and c-sections and daycare.

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