Friday, August 15, 2008

Another Splendid Review


Fantasy Book Critic has published a splendid review of Implied Spaces.
Allow me to quote some of the highlights:
"I am happy to say that the book exceeded my expectations and is a fun, impossible-to-put-down romp bristling with ingenious ideas and speculations…
"Even though “Implied Spaces” is only 265 pages long, the novel has a lot going on including action, romance, various strange planets, post singular war—which is short and brutal—intrigue, mystery and suspense. And after every layer is peeled away and we finally believe there is no more, the book hits us with even more surprises . . . “Implied Spaces” is science fiction at its very best—one of the Top 5 SF novels that I’ve read this year—and it reminded me again why I love the genre so much. Highly, highly recommended… "

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3 Comments:

OpenID idiotgrrl said...

I plan to buy it at Bubonicon. There WILL be copies for sale at the dealer's room, won't there? And of course get your signature.

Pat

12:10 PM  
Blogger jivey said...

WJ -- bought Implied Spaces yesterday, read it yesterday up to 12:10 this morning. I'd love to see a sequel, but the poem at the end serves, I think.
I'm an architectural historian by trade (of Spanish colonial structures) and the concept of "implied spaces" is a significant one that nobody in the business has come up with. I'm going to use it in my in-preparation history of the mission at Pecos and cite you - really, I'm serious. No squinches at Pecos, but a number of other peculiarities that the concept will help explain.
I resent that I didn't think of it first.

Jake

11:55 AM  
Blogger Gabriel said...

Yeah!! Finally got my copy of Implied Spaces- all the way out here to Belfast.I had pre-ordered it on amazon.com.
Yes you read that right-pre-order and it gets here in October 2008. Wow-
its a crackin' read and I am savouring it.

9:56 AM  

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