Surfacing

Today’s Blog at Suite101 is on Surfacing – in which I get in touch with my Inner Fan-Boy

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6 Responses to “Surfacing”

  1. eledonecirrhosa Says:

    One of my favourite books of last year was a Walter Jon Williams which had been sitting in my “To Read” pile for aeons. It was Days of Atonement, which according to the blurb is science fiction, but all the SF elements are in the background for the majority of the book. It is a fascinating story about faith, police procedure and a small town in economic meltdown, into which an off-screen SF event has inadvertently intruded.
    I ought to go and re-read some of his other novels. So many books, so little time…

  2. eledonecirrhosa Says:

    One of my favourite books of last year was a Walter Jon Williams which had been sitting in my “To Read” pile for aeons. It was Days of Atonement, which according to the blurb is science fiction, but all the SF elements are in the background for the majority of the book. It is a fascinating story about faith, police procedure and a small town in economic meltdown, into which an off-screen SF event has inadvertently intruded.
    I ought to go and re-read some of his other novels. So many books, so little time…

  3. eledonecirrhosa Says:

    One of my favourite books of last year was a Walter Jon Williams which had been sitting in my “To Read” pile for aeons. It was Days of Atonement, which according to the blurb is science fiction, but all the SF elements are in the background for the majority of the book. It is a fascinating story about faith, police procedure and a small town in economic meltdown, into which an off-screen SF event has inadvertently intruded.
    I ought to go and re-read some of his other novels. So many books, so little time…

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