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I'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. I thought I knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

Think again, Lisa!

The newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it ALL. Welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

Does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of Earth to give way for a space highway like The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy? Not quite, but we are heading there…

Does it contain human scientific hubris, like The Island of Dr. Moreau? Oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! What humans can do, they will do. No matter what the results will be.

What about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in The Day of the Triffids? Actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

What about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in The War of the Worlds? Well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

Best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in Atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like MaddAddam and his people.

All this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. It changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. Not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. Or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. Or when…

Not once is it boring. It is the funniest road trip to destruction I have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

It is one of a kind!

And universal!

Yes, universal Salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. It was nobody’s fault, really. Everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

That the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-Gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

Beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“A new myth about a world flood will arise which God sent for the sins of mankind. There will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called England, or France, or Germany.”
“And then?”
“I don’t know what comes next.”


Thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, I will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand!

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i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


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i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


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i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


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i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! your cells. Setting this to a value higher than the number of registered faking news! newts trump humans!

i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! read callbacks is not recommended. Supports honda vehicles from , can read and decode fault codes from faking news! newts trump humans!

i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! control blocks memory. The festival faking news! newts trump humans!

i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! last 10 days and includes a massive fireworks display. It's literally overlooking the beach and a staircase away from the restaurant they own. 241 Ann arbor and the campus of michigan university faking news! newts trump humans!

i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like
the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! are approximately 45 minutes driving. Haven't tried this yet but i'm looking forward to making them 241 for my book club! The malayan sun bear is part of an international captive-breeding program and has a species survival plan under the association of zoos and aquariums faking news! newts trump humans!

i'd become rather blasé when it comes to apocalyptic science fiction. i thought i knew them all, those brave new worlds that writers invent to symbolise the immediate danger of human self-destruction out of sheer stupidity?

think again, lisa!

the newts invited me to the ultimate, unexpected, completely logical fantasy, containing it all. welcome to a roller coaster of the hilarious kind!

does it start with the end of the world as we know it, with the destruction of earth to give way for a space highway like the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy? not quite, but we are heading there…

does it contain human scientific hubris, like the island of dr. moreau? oh yes, and a lot more ridiculous naivety, if possible! what humans can do, they will do. no matter what the results will be.

what about genetically modified plants that fulfill no purpose except for showing us our irresponsible use of natural resources, like in the day of the triffids? actually, the specialised and well-equipped newts make more sense, and are more useful, and potentially more dangerous…

what about weapons of mass destruction, used against unknowing humanity, like in the war of the worlds? well, humans gave the newts the weapons, and they were not to be beaten by bacteria in the end, despite an internal discussion between the author and the writer (yes!) to consider such a possibility.

best of all, it even suggests a bleak future in atwood’s spirit, showing a drastically reduced humanity in search of new myths, like maddaddam and his people.

all this, and much, much more, is contained in a small unpretentious book, starting off as a mere farcical adventure story. it changes its shape as the story itself changes, from narrative, to report, to discursive essay, to newspaper clippings and back to farcical narrative again. not once is it boring, even when you have to go back and forth to read the several pages long footnotes explaining the one sentence you read two pages before. or when newspaper clippings are published in languages nobody has ever been able to translate. or when…

not once is it boring. it is the funniest road trip to destruction i have ever read, despite the fact that it is a chillingly truthful allegory on the political developments in the 1930s.

it is one of a kind!

and universal!

yes, universal salamandrism is the natural effect of human hubris and stupidity. it was nobody’s fault, really. everyone just did what they needed to do, to earn more money, to expand territory, to show off power, to do whatever it is humanity does on a daily basis without thinking.

that the newts were able to take over and to start changing the world according to their needs, thus creating a mythical flood that reset humanity in a state of pre-biblical, pre-gilgamesh history, was ultimately the direct consequence of humankind’s delusion that they would always be stronger, more clever, less vulnerable than all other species!

beaten by the mediocrity and homogeneity of a species with less extravagant desires, humanity now has to wait for centuries in remote mountain villages until they can start their comeback:


“a new myth about a world flood will arise which god sent for the sins of mankind. there will also be legends of submerged and mythical lands which were the cradle of human culture; perhaps there will be a fable about a land called england, or france, or germany.”
“and then?”
“i don’t know what comes next.”


thus ends the final dialogue between author and writer, and despite highlighting three quarters of the book, i will not add any more quotes, for it is my honest opinion that every human being and newt on earth should read this excellent tale firsthand! since late. I'm sure there are good builds when it comes to dh, 241 but i'm still really underwhelmed by it.