[DWJ] Re: A revelation of Time City

Emma Comerford emmaco at tpg.com.au
Tue Jul 18 19:00:19 EDT 2006

At 03:01 AM 19/07/2006, HSchinske at aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 7/18/2006 8:50:36 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
>dwj-request at suberic.net writes:
> > There aren't too many DWJ books that I think have  major spoilers
> > that change the way you read the book the first time.  Archer's
> > Goon, definitely, but with the various mysteries  I  don't know if
> > it would bother me as much. Hexwood, I guess. Castle in  the Air.
>All three of those I have been able to re-read at least once without
>REMEMBERING the thing that was the revelation anyway. Okay, except for 
>_Castle  in
>the Air_ where I remembered part, but definitely not all.
>I usually don't remember who dun it in murder mysteries, either, until I've
>read them three or four times.
>Helen Schinske, who really does have a good memory in some respects, but a
>very weird one

I'm glad I'm not the only one who forgets book spoilers!

I'm happy with a commonsense approach, although that should be tempered not 
only by my dodgy spoiler memory but also by the fact I've read nearly all 
DWJ already (Changeover and Skivers the exceptions).


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