Wednesday, August 16, 2006

OSC's Medicine Show loves Nick's book

See here for the full review by John Joseph Adams.

An excerpt:

... kudos to Robert J. Sawyer for making this book available via his imprint at Red Deer Press. Books like this one remind us that the small press is of vital importance to the field, and remind us that it's up to us, the readers, to support them to ensure that someone will be around to publish the books that fall through the cracks.

A Small and Remarkable Life is at once beautiful, heartbreaking, and profound. It's a must-read for SF fans and non-genre readers alike. Like Tink Puddah, DiChario's novel is small (just 208 pages), but it is also just as remarkable.


At August 21, 2006 2:58 AM , Anonymous billy said...

Hi,Mr Sawyer
I'm a reader from China,even though I haven't read your novels,
but I'm ready for reading some. I like you very much,I wish you can write a e-mail to me-it's a dream,isn't it? my email is

Thank you!


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