After the Saucers Landed

My review of Douglas Lain's new science fiction novel, After the Saucers Landed (Night Shade Books), has been published in Los Angeles Review of Books. Final verdict:

"What distinguishes it from other postcapitalist novels of its kind—spanning from Frederik Pohl and Cyril M. Kornbluth’s The Space Merchants to Max Barry’s Jennifer Government and beyond—is Lain’s sharp and easy voice, cool humor and wit, appetite for the absurd, and understanding of our mediatized nuances."

Read the full review here.