tv vs books
Belben, Philip ( Energy Wholesale )
Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Wed Jan 19 07:21:06 EST 2005
> Incidentally, should I buy and read the 50 p. copy of Passage by
> Connie Willis? I recollect it being discussed on this list.
Definitely! Unlike Widdy, I enjoyed it far more than I did Doomsday
Book (which was the first Willis I read). As if she'd combined
Bellwether (her funniest book, for me) with Lincoln's Dreams (her most
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