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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Froley, Jun 18, 2011.
I just finished it as well---what did you think of it---?
I enjoyed it very much; you can see the careful path WG took as he navigated the story around the dystopic reality we are living in right now. His phrasing and neologisms are probably what I enjoy most about his novels.
what did you think of it? Have you read other books by WG?
I have read all his material...including material written with Bruce Sterling...
I have always found his ability to create "a world" around whatever he was writing to be spectacular and very addictive...combined with his ability to sum up a total concept in a single sentence---"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel."
makes him my all time favorite author---he was very careful with Agency as you mentioned-- as to why i do not understand---- unless this is to be explained in the next book in the series...?
Just pre-ordered this...David Wong is one of my favorite authors...
I think, perhaps, that the whole time-stub thing was akin to juggling cats, and it was difficult to keep everything straight LOL, but I'm not certain either. And I love the way WG drops very neat tech phrasing, which is unbelievable since he is not technically adept, by his own admission.
Totally agree---it's more of the creation of entire status of what you are reading about---every paragraph of his is complete..???
I am always reading some where in the bible .I also just started a book called the Servant Leader
I've read this---amazing...
Crooked River from Preston & Child
'Paddle Your Own Canoe' by Nick Offerman.
I am really enjoying this book. Funny, irreverent and entertaining.
Excellent---- this is on my to read list......
The Perfectionists: How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World by Simon Winchester
Quite interesting thus far --- makes an interesting contrast to https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/foundations-mechanical-accuracy
I only picked this up after reading the Adam Savage autobiography. It coincides with my DIY/woodwork midlife crisis.
Just received this--haven't started it yet....
currently finishing D Martin Lloyd Jones' Faith on Trial - Studies in Psalm 73.
good reminder in the trials the world is experiencing.