Of all the works we have read so far, the series Lilith's Brood reminds me most of other science fiction books I've read. It has several things I feel to be typical staples of the SciFi genre, parts that are most often shared with other novels in the category. These include the presence of an intrusive alien species, some great war that leaves our current perception of Earth in ruin, and advancement of human life and health through some means. The most noticeable and most pertinent theme, though, is that of Xenophobia, one I feel plays out most often in science fiction books.
By Captain.ver.Kerk - Posted on 3 March 2008 - 11:49pm.