Galaxies is a brilliantly original science fiction novel arranged in fragments that satirize the science fiction writer imagining new worlds and characters. Its central persona is a female astronaut of the 40th century investigating a mysterious galaxy.
Metafictional, absurdist and sardonic, the book mounts a concerted attack against the market forces that prescribed SF of the 1970s and continue to prescribe it today. At the same time, the book tells a story of technology and cyborgs, of bureaucracy and tachyons, of love and hate and sadness.
Ficção científica / Literatura Estrangeira