"A fascinating and brilliantly confusing journey that ultimately ends, as is appropriate, in illumination. Rereads will be both necessary and desirable."
Like Billy Pilgrim from Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five
, Hurley's protagonist, Dietz, becomes "unstuck in time," bouncing from battle to battle in this brutal futuristic exploration into the meaninglessness of war and the legacies of corporate greed.
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