An explosive death occurs of Avram and Yod. Shira coping in depression, she intends to recreate Yod; Shira realizes that would undo Yods dying wish to end the line of cyborgs (428). She decides to set him free¦into the fusion chamber (429). I felt the futuristic and dystopian setting of the cyberspace and global warming environment non-contemporary; the concept was not new because Saturn 3 was released a decade before this novel. I would like to re-invent this novel to a realistic and present day of regular complicated relationships.
I thought there would be hope in recreating Yod; however, this recreation of a cyborg would undo Yods wish to end the line of cyborgs (Piercy, 428). Shira realizes that the recreated Yod might become an assassin (428) like the other cyborgs. Shira decides to leave her past behind by not recreating another Yod. I was miserable about Yods and Shiras painful separation, but I am happy that she is able to love another person; therefore, she can love another person once more. However, I was bored from the dystopian futuristic concept because I cannot see 2059 to change that much when 2013 has not changed much either.
Piercy, Marge. (1991). He, She and It. New York: The Random House Publishing Group.