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Moxyland does lots of things, masterfully, that lots of sf never even guesses that it *could* be doing.” – William Gibson, author of Neuromancer

“The world Beukes has invented is both eerily familiar and creepily different.” – Cosmopolitan

“This fast-paced sci-fi trip has intriguing characters, big ideas, a new lexicon and… serves as a global warning.” – GQ

“You don’t have to be an SF aficionado to love this novel that is fast, brimming with original ideas and deadly serious.” – Mail & Guardian

“George Orwell’s 1984 meets Bladerunner. Lauren Beukes breaks new literary ground with effortless hipness.” –Margie Orford, author of Like Clockwork

“…full of unselfconscious spiky originality, the larval form of a new kind of SF munching its way out of the intestines of the wasp-paralysed caterpillar of cyberpunk.” – Charles Stross

“A technicolor jazzy rollercoaster ride into a dazzling hell.” – Andre Brink

“Beukes’s stunningly original sci-fi thriller chills and thrills to the last breath” – Heat Magazine, South Africa (July 2008)

“Lauren Beukes bleeds her characters of color as effectively as the smear masks they wear for anonymity, not for simple provocation, but to warn of the self-replicating nature of segregation.” – Brendan Byrne, The Brooklyn Rail

[Moxyland] is recommended for what might very well be the emergence of a major new science-fiction author. -Alan Cranis, www.bookgasm.com

“After the first hundred pages, I would have to say that reading Moxyland is like riding backward very fast in a convertible.” – J. Robert King

“Go and read Zoo City and Moxyland by Lauren Beukes – someone took cyberpunk from the toy box, dusted it up and spanked it to shape for the new millennium.” -Janos Honkonen, Vornasblogi

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