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SF’s Hugo Awards

So I am reading through my email when I come accross a book blog from Amazon.com. It’s in the Science Fiction and Famtasy newsletter. Although I know Amazon’s book editorial staff is very on-the-ball about books and Amazon readership, I … Continue reading

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A Strange Book, Part II

Last time, I wrote: “Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, by Susanna Clarke, is indeed a strange book… So far, I’ve only read through about 25% of it, and its very strangeness keeps me reading more.” I finished the book some … Continue reading

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A Strange Book…

Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, by Susanna Clarke, is indeed a strange book… So far, I’ve only read through about 25% of it, and its very strangeness keeps me reading more. Taking place in early 19th century England, it deals … Continue reading

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WWII, Time Travel, and Chaos Theory in 1

The other day, I finished the second of a two-part novel by Connie Willis. ┬áThe book I just finished is All Clear (just came out in October 2010), but this is not a book you can comfortably read without having … Continue reading

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