Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

In England, I’d be a crisp …

by Rob - February 7th, 2009.
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Nice fan note today, which made me smile (actually sent to Carolyn, who handles the business of selling my books online):

Just a quick note to let you know that I’ve received my books and I’m absolutely delighted with my purchase. From one book lover to another, the care in packing is very much appreciated (all of my rarer editions in the library are all in the same type of form-fitting plastic bags), and I was extremely happy with Rob’s personalizations: they were exactly what I was looking for. Please pass along my sincere thanks to the future Grand Master!

I’ve been thinking about Rob’s work for the last little while, as I seem to be going through a small Sawyer Renaissance, reading Golden Fleece, Factoring Humanity, Calculating God and being halfway through Frameshift in the last week or so. I’ve come to the conclusion that my favorite Sawyer book is whichever one I’ve last finished, because, and I mean this in only the admiring way, Rob’s writing is addictive — He’s the Lay’s Potato Chip of Science Fiction: Betcha can’t read just one!

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