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Yoss. A Planet for Rent
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) ATTENTION: A Planet For Rent includes discussions of prostitution, extreme sexual encounters, and graphic body horror.
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- Social Worker, 3-27
- Mestizos, 28-30
- Performing Death, 31-66
- The World Human Parliament, 67-8
- “Science fiction is the only literature today capable of capturing not only the decisions we’re making in the present but also the consequences these decisions can have on our future.” – Yoss
Liu, Cixin. “The Wandering Earth.” In The Wandering Earth
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