Passage

Emma Comerford emmaco at tpg.com.au
Sun Jan 30 21:55:58 EST 2005


woops, I meant to add that the mix of genre thing that Willis does should presumably make her more 
popular across readers (or is it just confusing? would be an interesting study). Anyway, that's why I'm 
happy about the Allen and Unwin edition.

Quoting Judith Ridge <Judith.Ridge at det.nsw.edu.au>:

> I didn't realise she wasn't readily available here. I've just been reading
> reviews of Passage on Amazon and they rang wildly from "hated it" to
> "couldn't put it down". I am of the latter camp. I think it helps I am not
> all that familiar with her work and I am not a science fiction reader! (I
> read it as a thriller/mystery, not with any expectations about sf as a
> genre.)
> 
> J
> 
> 
> On 31/1/05 11:12 AM, "Emma Comerford" <emmaco at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> 
> > I notice that Allen and Unwin have published the first Australian edition
> (I
> > think!) of Doomsday Book by
> > Connie Willis. Hopefully it'll do well, gain her a new audience in
> Australia
> > and lead to all of her books being
> > published here! 
> > 
> > Emma
> > 
> 
> 
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