Game Control - Lionel Shriver Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Lionel Shriver / ISBN: 0007271123 / Publication Date: 2009 / Publisher: Harper
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~Welcome to the World, Baby Girl~ On the 1st of November 2011 a baby girl called Nargis was born in Lucknow, India and was proclaimed in an entirely unprovable but interesting PR stunt as being the 7 billionth human being on our planet. The Indian papers were not slow to spot the irony of both her gender and her birthplace, pointing out that female infanticide and foeticide in Lucknow are so common that there are just 899 girls for every 1000 boys. Many would ask if the 7 billionth human is something that should be celebrated, claiming that it's a milestone that marks trouble ahead. But for me, reading about little Nargis at the same time as I was reading ... Read the complete review
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