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Image by Robby Ryke
Camera: Canon Rebel T2I (550D)
Lens: EF50mm f/1.8 II
Lighting: 500W Bulb Right of Camera
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"Spin" is a dumb name for Robert Charles Wilson’s otherwise excellent book. But it’s OK because wounded healer and protagonist Tyler Dupree says as much about 2/3 of they way through the book.
“Spin” was a dumb but inevitable name for what had been done to the Earth. That is, it was bad physics—nothing was actually spinning any harder or faster " Source
The marketing text on the back says the book’s theme is about the dangers inherent in one-way communication, but it’s not. It’s about the dangers and fruitlessness of hording information and technology, especially for a "national agenda." Also. Don’t. Trust. The. Government.
It’s also, as the Library of Congress asserts, about:
1. Human-alien encounters–Fiction.
2. End of the world–Fiction.
It’s also got a frustrating love story, a Sumatran healer, and explosions.