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Rosewater Between Meeting A Boy Who Bursts Into Flames, Alien Floaters That Want To Devour Him, And A Butterfly Woman Who He Has Sex With When He Enters The Xenosphere, Kaaro S Life Is Far From The Simple One He Wants But He Left Simple Behind A Long Time Ago When He Was Caught Stealing And Nearly Killed By An Angry Mob Now He Works For A Government Agency Called Section 45, And They Want Him To Find A Woman Known As Bicycle Girl And That S Just The Beginning.An Alien Entity Lives Beneath The Ground, Forming A Biodome Around Which The City Of Rosewater Thrives The Citizens Of Rosewater Are Enad By The Dome, Hoping For A Chance To Meet The Beings Within Or Possibly Be Invited To Come In Themselves But Kaaro Isn T So Enad He Was In The Biodome At One Point And Decided To Leave It Behind When Something Begins Killing Off Other Sensitives Like Himself, Kaaro Defies Section 45 To Search For An Answer, Facing His Past And Coming To A Realization About A Horrifying Future.


10 thoughts on “Rosewater

  1. says:

    One of my Hugo Award nominees, novel, 2016 ____This book is one of those discoveries that not only is enjoyable for itself it s good enough to make me feel overall cheerily optimistic about the future of science fiction writing Of course, this is not to be confused with feeling cheery about the future the effect here is quite the opposite, in fact.It s also one of those books where everything takes some time to come clear though it s not as inaccessible as some of the reviews blurbs call One of my Hugo Award nominees, novel, 2016 ____This book is one of those discoveries that not only is enjoyable for itself it s good enough to make me feel overall cheerily optimistic about the future of science fiction writing Of course, this is not to be confused with feeling cheery about the future the effect here is quite the opposite, in fact.It s also one of those books where everything takes some time to come clear though it s not as inaccessible as some of the reviews blurbs calling this weird made it sound In the near future, it s disco...


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    An exceptional science fiction, I m not surprised it s winning stuff Set in future Nigeria, where psychics exist There s a mysterious dome that gives out electricity and occasionally heals people and or reanimates corpses, and nobody knows what s going onyet.This is a spectacularly ambitious book The plot is complex on multiple layers and very much depends on you picking up first on the basic setting, then on the psychic alternative that overlays the reality, and then on another very dif An exceptional science fiction, I m not surprised it s winning stuff Set in future Nigeria, where psychics exist There s a mysterious dome that gives out electricity and occasionally heals people and or reanimates corpses, and nobody knows what s going onyet.This is a spectacularly ambitious book The plot is complex on multiple layers and very much depends on you picking up first on the basic setting, then on the psychic alternative that overlays the reality, and then on another very different actual reality underneath that The narrative is non linear, jumping back and forth between events of the past and present to fill in the MC s history And...


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    Dark and gritty, and always wonderfully imaginative, ROSEWATER is a depiction of the future that will leave you breathless One of the most imaginative alien invasion scenarios I have come across in recent years and never less than utterly convincing and ...


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    The nitty gritty Weird and wild, this is one alien invasion story you don t want to miss.Give him a change of clothes, says Oyin Da She code switches into Yoruba where her speech is not so devoid of emotion I m not going to see potential adversaries smelling of meat Touch these clothes and you die, I say Meat or no meat, this shirt is Pierre Cardin I d rather stinkIn my ongoing search for fiction with diverse settings and characters, I was excited to be offered a review copy of The nitty gritty Weird and wild, this is one alien invasion story you don t want to miss.Give him a change of clothes, says Oyin Da She code switches into Yoruba where her speech is not so devoid of emotion I m not going to see potential adversaries smelling of meat Touch these clothes and you die, I say Meat or no meat, this shirt is Pierre Cardin I d rather stinkIn my ongoing search for fiction with diverse settings and characters, I was excited to be offered a review copy of Rosewater from the wonderful folks at ...


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    In the near future, an alien object has appeared outside of Lagos, Nigeria an alien dome blocks out entry and creates the mystery of what s held inside, as a shantytown springs up around it At different intervals, the dome opens just enough to emit healing powers which manifest in strange and inhuman ways, creating small groups of misshapen but cured individuals It s also created the sensitives, those with a kind of telepathic power which allows them to manipulate or read the minds of othe In the near future, an alien object has appeared outside of Lagos, Nigeria an alien dome blocks out entry and creates the mystery of what s held inside, as a shantytown springs up around it At different intervals, the dome opens...


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    Rosewater by Tade Thompson is an amazing blend of cyperpunk, biopunk and spiritualism set in midst of a future Lagos The main character, Kaaro, is an everyday man infected with extraordinary abilities which eventually lands him a position with a government agency The story that follows is one of the most original science fiction stories I ve read in quite some time Tade tells this tale in a way that keeps you guessing right up to the end, taking you on a journey that is well worth the time Rosewater by Tade ...


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    First sentence I m at the Integrity Bank job for forty minutes before the anxieties kick in.Rosewater follows Kaaro as he investigates why sensitives, people with paranormal abilities, are dying now with intermissions from his past He knows farthan most people, but he doesn t spill his secrets quickly We must move along and figure it out with him as he discovers he understood and grapples with the naked truth Kaaro is an odd duck We meet him working in a bank protecting it with his a First sentence I m at the Integrity Bank job for forty minutes before the anxieties kick in.Rosewater follows Kaaro as he investigates why sensitives, people with paranormal abilities, are dying now with intermissions from his past He knows farthan most people, but he doesn t spill his secrets quickly We must move along and figure it out with him as he discovers he understood and grapples with the naked truth Kaaro is an odd duck We meet him working in a bank protecting it with his abilities against attacks He s chilling with his co worker Bola, who insists on setting him up on a date Which leads to the first quote I love, about match making It s immediately en...


  8. says:

    Rosewater is one of the most inventive science fiction novels I ve read in a long time, and I dearly hope it getsattention.Nigeria, 2066 Kaaro lives in the city of Rosewater, a settlement that grew up around an alien biodome He spends his days providing psychic protection for a bank, but secretly, he s the most powerful psychic of Section 35, a secret agency within the Nigerian government As other psychics begin dying one by one, Kaaro will defy the agency to find an answer.I absolutely Rosewater is one of the most inventive science fiction novels I ve read in a long time, and I dearly hope it getsattention.Nigeria, 2066 Kaaro lives in the city of Rosewater, a settlement that grew up around an alien biodome He spends his days providing psychic protection for a bank, but secretl...


  9. says:

    All kinds of awesome.


  10. says:

    Review first published on The Curious SFF Reader I read Lagoon by Nnedi Okorafor about the same time last year and even though I enjoyed it, a lot of things went over my head However, I have come to really appreciate Okorafor s writing and ideas after reading four of her works last year and when I saw on Netgalley that Rosewater, another book about the aftermath of an alien invasion in Lagos, Nigeria, I was sold Also, it helped that I had previously read a really good story by Thompson The A Review first published on The Curious SFF Reader I read Lagoon by Nnedi Okorafor about the same time...


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