The Windup Girl
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n a bleak, post-oil Bangkok, calories are currency, and pleasure girls are genetically engineered. Emphasizes biotech and environmental degradation more than computers and code.
This book creates an interesting world, where Thai culture and society is at the center, natural food is scarce, and calories are more valuable and coveted than anything else. - Shaolin Spocker #1701
What happens when bio-terrorism becomes a tool for corporate profits? And what happens when this forces humanity to the cusp of post-human evolution? This is a tale of Bangkok struggling for survival in a post-oil era of rising sea levels and out-of-control mutation.
As Bangkok struggles for survival in an era of rising sea levels and out-of-control mutation, an American man specializing in the procurement of calories meets bio-engineered slave Emiko, provoking a dangerous chain of events.
Bangkok is struggling for survival in a post-oil era of rising sea levels and out-of-control mutation. American company man Anderson meets bio-engineered sex slave Emiko in this fast-paced dystopian biopunk novel.
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