Neon Lotus

Neon Lotus Marianne Strauss has her work cut out for her Not only is she the reincarnation of a brilliant Tibetan scientist but the State Oracle has prophesied that she will liberate the Land of Snows from the

  • Title: Neon Lotus
  • Author: Marc Laidlaw
  • ISBN: 9780553271652
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Marianne Strauss has her work cut out for her Not only is she the reincarnation of a brilliant Tibetan scientist, but the State Oracle has prophesied that she will liberate the Land of Snows from the Chinese An ambitious fantasy novel set in 22nd century Tibet.

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    • I haven't read much eighties science fiction, and it took this book by Laidlaw, who penned the excellent video games Half-Life and Half-Life 2, to open my eyes to its possibilities. It is clearly of its time, utilizing the inner realm of the mind and the spirituality potentially contained within as the out-of-body plane to which characters disappear, and focusing entirely on the Tibetan struggle against China. Laidlaw's writing is engaging, his pre-cyberspace, pre-cyberpunk science fiction world [...]


    • Buddhism techno-future detective story.Some might label it cyberpunk. Not dystopian enough for that.This is a mind-bending read.


    • A really promising book, but some iffy writing choices soured it. While this book was probably ahead of its time, the main character should have been Tibetan; there's really no reason for her to have been a white girl from California by way of Switzerland. It makes some of the imagery really creepy. There was also one erotic scene that came right out of nowhere and felt ridiculously fanfic-y, and not in the good way.But the psychadelic imagery, the fascinating mix of Tibetan tradition and far-fu [...]





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