Connie Willis

EmmaComerford at aol.com EmmaComerford at aol.com
Mon Feb 10 22:38:25 EST 2003


In a message dated 2/11/03 7:24:59 AM E. Australia Standard Time, 
jstallcup at juno.com writes:


> I enjoyed To Say Nothing of the Dog, but I didn't find it funny (the
> cover leads one to believe it will be hysterical--it's not).  Three Men
> and a Boat is much funnier (I kept waking my husband up laughing at it in
> bed).   Still, it's a very good book--very rich and allusive, lots to
> keep you thinking.  If some of the same characters are in the Doomsday
> Book, I'll have to go read that as well.
> 
> 

_To say nothing of the dog_ is one of my favourite books, but I also found 
_Bellwether_ by Willis very funny. It's the type of book where quotes and 
instances irrestibaly pop up long after you've read it.
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