Can the award-winning science fiction novels of the past actually still be worth reading several decades later? Do they have messages, technology, and characters that are pertinent in modern society? Have I just been reading rehashed versions of past award-winners? There's only one way to find out...
read and review the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus award-winning novels.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Spinning in Circles

Despite a trip to Texas for Spring Break, a trip to Kansas for a funeral, and many other distractions (including -Peder's entertaining and frustrating photo contest) I've finished reading Stranger in a Strange Land. My name came up on the library wait-list for Watchmen, also during this span, so I grabbed the opportunity to reread it as well. I'm thinking very hard about my SiaSL post, and will try hard to get back onto this project... right after I finish tracking down photos 6 & 7 for -Peder's game! Darn you, -Peder!