Atomik Aztex initially was a confusing novel until you realized that there are two different narratives that stream along each other. It deals with the same person but with different narrative times and histories. This is apparent when you realize that he is off the colonize Europe while at the same time he is a part of a meat packing factory. The two different narratives reflect what could have been; as if they are parallel universes existing precisely side by side at the exact moment. I concur!
Also the language makes it hard to know what really is going on. So far that I read I thought it was one character that has a different point of view since he’s also having visions and then also living the reality.

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