Saturday, May 2, 2009

"The author never neglects the individual characters"

A nice review on the CA Reviews blog of my Wake, which says in part:
While this is clearly a novel of big ideas, the author never neglects the individual characters. Caitlin, her parents, Dr. Kuroda, and even the kids at school all seem very realistic. Allowing us to follow Caitlin’s story from her point of view works perfectly. She’s a teenager, so she’s moody and very human; but she’s a very smart girl, applying knowledge to new situations and grasping abstract concepts with relative ease. She’s a great character, with flaws and a sense of humor.

The Robert J. Sawyer Web Site



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