Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Buy this book!
  • (Better yet, buy me this book!)

  • This just in: Connie Willis (whose To Say Nothing of the Dog is not only the greatest science-fiction novel ever written, but also a profound meditation on the nature of Providence) has an interview in Publisher's Weekly about her new novel, Blackout.

    2 comments:

    Loren Seibold said...

    Carmen liked it a lot. Especially the Victorian setting. I thought it was fun, but by no stretch could I call it the greatest sci-fi story ever written.

    Pastor Greg said...

    Hmmmm . . . what would you list as the greatest sci-fi book ever written?