3.5 rating

New York 2140 (Kim Stanley Robinson, 2017)

The drowned world of New York in, well, 2140, shows us humanity’s resilience and inability to deal with sunk (literally) cost bias. The book lost me a few times with it’s many, many descriptions of the SuperVenice waterways and I didn’t quite buy any of the financial chicaneries which make up more of the book than I had expected, but overall it was a fun read.