One Day All This Will Be Yours, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

One Day All This Will Be Yours by Adrian Tchaikovsky

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

In a post-apocalyptic time and space, mankind is practically extinct due to a time war. At the end of time a sole survivor – a former soldier – sits and gleefully murders any stragglers. In order to remain alone and to prevent another rise of humanity and, thus, another war, he also travels back in time and happily commits genocide or whatever it takes to eradicate the survivors’ communities as well.

Yes, murder and genocide for good fun.

And as if that wasn’t enough in itself: I didn’t find it funny in the least. When this novella wasn’t about (mass) murder, it was about the cheapest kind of trolling.

One disgusted star out of five.

Ceterum censeo Putin esse delendam

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