I once read that most of Wolfe’s main characters aren’t fully aware of the true nature of their world nor the role they play in it. 333 more words
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I’ve been away. I come home after six days to find a stack of review copies waiting for me. No pressure, like?
Courtesy of Tor Books, Max Gladstone’s LAST FIRST SNOW, and ARCs of David Weber’s HELL’S FOUNDATIONS QUIVER and Gene Wolfe’s A BORROWED MAN. 21 more words
Last post, if you made it through, thanks again.
Overall, I found writing this blog series much less satisfying than “Knight Notes.” I felt (rightly or wrongly) that I solved just about every major question in the WK. 599 more words
Letter 44 is followed by a “Compiler’s Note”
The unidentified Compiler explains that he has obtained the letters that make up the SH from Millie, Madame Orizia and Tina Hawes Kojac, Sheldon’s daughter. 859 more words