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The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. |Ebook ⚕ Harmony ⚖ In A Perfect World, There Is No Escape In The Future, Utopia Has Finally Been Achieved Thanks To Medical Nanotechnology And A Powerful Ethic Of Social Welfare And Mutual Consideration This Perfect World Isn T That Perfect Though, And Three Young Girls Stand Up To Totalitarian Kindness And Super Medicine By Attempting Suicide Via Starvation It Doesn T Work, But One Of The Girls Tuan Kirie Grows Up To Be A Member Of The World Health Organization As A Crisis Threatens The Harmony Of The New World, Tuan Rediscovers Another Member Of Her Suicide Pact, And Together They Must Help Save The Planetfrom Itself The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling. The best SF novel I ve read in yonks, this literary reaction to contemporary Japanese and international society presents a dystopian future masquerading as a utopian one Disease and crime are virtually unheard of in the civilized world due to society s obsession with health and the implantation of devices that monitor not only the physical well being of every citizen but also their mental state, and the World Health Organization controls the world with a loving latex fist We follow a dissatisfied, rebellious agent of the WHO as she becomes embroiled in a case that may mean the downfall of not just the WHO but of all humankind, and the deeper she goes the personal the case becomes Itoh, who edited the final manuscript in a hospital bed where he was dying of cancer, delivers a novel that manages to be both dense but incredibly easy to read, beguilingly simple to understand yet complex and whip smart The world of Harmony is one of the most topical, plausible futures I ve ever encountered in fiction, which makes the seemingly idyllic future and the novel s resolution all the chilling.