Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Analog weighs in ...

Tom Easton, who will retire this year as book reviewer for Analog, reviews Nick DiChario's Valley of Day-Glo (which was published under my Robert J. Sawyer Books imprint) and my own Identity Theft and Other Stories in the September 2008 issue. The review concludes:

"Fitzhenry & Whiteside is a Canadian house that deserves cross-border attention. I've mentioned it in the past in connection with some of Julie Czerneda's work, and here it is again with two books of very different flavors that are both worth your time and money. If you want absurdity, go with the DiChario. If you want a more traditional, accessible approach, grab the Sawyer."

The Robert J. Sawyer Web Site


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