Review: Broken Angels by Richard Morgan

Some time ago, another season of Altered Carbon was released on Netflix so I thought now is the perfect time to review the 2nd book of the series that the show clearly wasn’t based on. Released in 2003 by famous anti-capitalist author Richard Morgan, the original series was about the philosophy of eternal life and how transhumanism could affect the world. This book in particular was about some dude named Kovacs who went a streak of murder. Again. Beyond that, I couldn’t tell you anything because this is not a review.

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P.S. The show has been cancelled so that’s fun.

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