Two more laudatory reviews of Nancy Kress’ Yesterday’s Kin.
YESTERDAY’S KIN is a beautiful blend of science and drama. There is enough scientific information to make the story all too plausible, but the true focus is on the ‘human’ aspect. Well-written and short, the author transports readers to a place where they’ll question their deep-rooted beliefs on the definition of humanity and family. I enjoyed and highly recommend YESTERDAY’S KIN.
Yesterday’s Kin by Nancy Kress is a highly recommended short novel that succinctly captures a first contact story from the viewpoint of one family – with a twist.
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Cover by Thomas Canty.