Making tracks — calmgrove

China Miéville Railsea Pan Books 2013 (2012) Imagine a world covered in railway tracks, the occasional settlement sticking out like an island in the ocean. This is the Railsea, a non-aquatic environment sailed by merchants, pirates, navies, hunters, explorers and scavengers in trains of every size and shape and powered by every means of locomotion you can imagine. China […]

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