A Review: Seed

“The world is a broken place, civilization is barely holding to its collective sanity as the US government has all but collapsed, and resources have nearly been tapped dry. Rob Ziegler’s debut novel, Seed, imagines this world with a great deal of believability. Like many bleak fictional futures, the line between industry and government is blurred and here, the industry in the form of bioengineering super-corporation Satori, wears the pants. The thing is, Satori is much more than just a super-corporation, it is a living breathing entity. The analogy that kept working for me as I read the novel is that the spiritual Mother Earth is alive and she isn’t thrilled. She creates bio-engineered humans as well as other seemingly familiar creatures which she can command to do her bidding.” Read more at SFF World.