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Kfir Luzzatto

Book Reviews

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The Odyssey Gene
3 star rating
Kfir Luzzatto's first full-length science fiction novel tackles prejudice based on genetic differences.
Released in 2006.


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Crossing the Meadow
4 star rating
Kfir Luzzatto takes an intimate look at the world of ghosts.
Released in 2003.


Kfir Luzzatto mostly writes horror, but has branched out into science fiction with The Odyssey Gene. His work tends to dwell on the personal relationships of his characters rather than high concepts or esoteric science.

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