Eternally Confused Feline
Oroonoko, by Aphra Behn. It's pretty short. Gotta read it for my seminar tomorrow. Which I might have to miss cos I gotta wait for a (ID needed) delivery, but I should at least do the prep
It's a relatively short novel, so I'd recommend reading it for experience though I have conflicting feelings about the novel. The class we had in college about it was interesting.Oroonoko, by Aphra Behn. It's pretty short. Gotta read it for my seminar tomorrow. Which I might have to miss cos I gotta wait for a (ID needed) delivery, but I should at least do the prep
Forgot to tag you, @MechaMegs , but you may like How Quini the Squid Misplaced His Klobachar.I recently finished reading Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky, which was satisfying to read beginning to end. Technically, you could stretch as a being furry-adjacent since the story concerns the human survivors of Earth attempting to colonize a terraformed planet now inhabited by sentient uplifted spiders and other insects. It's one of those stories where all the character's perspectives are deeply explored and they come across as sympathetic but imperfect to varying degrees.
I also realized this is the second novel I've read about sentient ants since the pandemic's started, lol.
While I'm writing this, I finished How Quini the Squid Misplaced His Klobachar last year, which is another Rich Larson short story. It's cyberpunk/biopunk heist story with a protagonist who hella shady but sympathetic somewhat. It's available for free on Tor's website ... or in ebook form with other short stories in Some of the Best from Tor.com 2020.
I'm currently reading The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells.