The Washington Post – Review of The Future for Curious People by Gregory Sherl

In Gregory Sherl’s anxious, offbeat first novel, “The Future for Curious People,” scientists have figured out how to glimpse the future by processing sensory information and memory. Great, you say, get my bookie on the line! Not so fast. The FCC has stepped in to make sure people don’t “broadcast futures that would infringe on commerce,” so the only thing you’re allowed to see is how your relationships will look about 15 years down the road.

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