7 comments on “Octavia E. Butler & Klaus Modick | Mini Reviews

  1. Haha, Bloodchild really does sound bizarre! I actually quite like stories, which leave me in a bit of a daze, so I can’t rule out I’ll have a go at this one.

  2. Wow, Bloodchild sounds intense, I’m intrigued! I’ve been wanting to start with Butler’s work at Kindred, but I’ll have to keep this one on my radar, I’m always drawn to really bizarre stories. And it sounds like it has some great themes as well. Nice reviews!

  3. Try Parable of the Sower and/or Parable of the Talents for your next Butler! Much more of-this-world, and with intensely Handmaid’s Tale energy. (But, I think, possibly more groundbreaking, and certainly more powerful for acknowledging the element of misogynoir that Atwood leaves either out or implicit.)

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