Fuzzy Nation

During the weekend, did a quick read: Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi. Entertaining with the standard humor from Scalzi. In the end, I wonder a bit about the moral ambiguity that ends up being a big part of his resolution to the plot (no spoilers beyond that!). It’s another one of those stories that sucks you into go support a guy who by his own admission is not a good guy. Granted, the other guys are perhaps worse and the bad guy is bad in a good cause (that’s the morally questionable aspect of the thing). At least I want to be alert and thoughtful about this kind of issue.

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