What is most alarming about popular young adult novelist Cory Doctorows vision is the understanding of God that he proffers. Feeling the indifference of the universe does not plunge him into an abyss of meaninglessness, as one might think: It liberates him from this inner Big Brother.
Doctorows previous novel, the best-selling Little Brother , published in 2008, sets the stage for Homeland , published this past February. In the San Francisco of the near future, the Department of Homeland Security throttles American liberties in its system of surveillance and coercion after a terrorist attack on the Bay Bridge, and seventeen-year-old Marcus Yallow fights back. Homeland continues the story . . . . Continue Reading »