Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

Wake has "a most satisfying ending"

by Rob - May 29th, 2009.
Filed under: Reviews, Wake.

MostlyFiction Book Reviews has posted a terrific review of Wake; the review is by Ann Wilkes, and says, in part:

Sawyer’s treatment of the awakening of a consciousness from a man-made construct (in this case the web) coupled with the awe and wonder of a blind person’s journey to sight is brilliant.

And the review ends thus:

Without revealing the ending, I have to say it had one. So many authors of multi-volume works don’t bother tying up enough of the loose ends to keep the reader satisfied at the end of any but the last volume. When we have to wait at least a year for the next installment, I think the author owes us one. Sawyer came through with a most satisfying ending — not even rushed. Wake also ends with a perfect last line. But no peeking!

You can read the full review right here (and read an interview Ann Wilkes did with me here).

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