book review: home is the hangman

I got this Roger Zelazny short novel/long story, Home is the Hangman at a used bookstore, basically because the other half of the book was a Samuel R. Delany short novel/long story I wasn’t sure I’d read (it turns out I had). Home is the Hangman was basically a Blade Runner-esque plot. A detective is tracking down the people this maybe-artificial intelligence might be on its way to kill after going kind of weird as a worker up on Europa. It was a quick read, and a decent little tale. Nothing tremendously crazy happens to overturn your idea of what it’s going to be. It’s just a straightforward sf-noir-ish story.

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