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Neon Green is firmly optimistic, yet laments what humans have done to the environment. Just like the ’90s, it’s a study in contradiction.

UFO-tinged novel 'Neon Green' is more than just a '90s pop-culture romp

July 13th, 2016

Neon Green is firmly optimistic, yet laments what humans have done to the environment. Just like the ’90s, it’s a study in contradiction.

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