[DWJ] austenland and new books
mark at allums.com
Wed Jun 25 18:29:36 EDT 2008
Mark Allums wrote:
> Meyers, Katherine wrote:
>> And does anyone have any recommendations for
> new-ish fantasy/sci-fi/romance for any age that engages you quickly?
> Well, new-ish would be Scalzi's adult SF novel, _Old Man's War_, if you
> find some military SF readable. Scalzi also has a YA book _Zoe's Tale_
> in the same universe coming out soon, it stands alone but Old Man's War
> is a backstory for it. There are sequels to OMW, so it's not brand new.
> Well, Zoe's Tale is. And it's had some favorable early reviews, if
> that counts for anything.
> I mention these because of the requirement for "engages you quickly".
> Old Man's War is a bit of a pastiche of Heinlein's _Starship Troopers_,
> which is a good book that you either love or hate. Take your cue from
Oops, I didn't get the romance requirement. Zoe's Tale is about a teen,
it may be semi-romance. But OMW is not.
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