The Circus Infinite by Khan Wong
I’ll start off with a list of things I liked from 2022’s The Circus Infinite, a science fiction novel by Khan Wong:
- Wonderful, occasionally psychedelic visuals
- Interesting world building
- Unusual non-human characters
- “What happens on Persephone-9 stays on Persephone-9”
- A brisk start that balances action with exposition
- The circus!
The Circus Infinite introduces us to Jes, who is on the lam from an evil Institute when the story opens.
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