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Blackout [electronic resource (EPUB eBook)] / Connie Willis. In her first novel since , Nebula and Hugo award-winning author Connie Willis returns with a . Connie Willis is a member of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and a Grand Master Blackout. Oxford Time Travel (Series). Book 1. Connie Willis Author ( ). hk5gjfhj5h - Get book Blackout by Connie Willis read and download online. Full supports all version of your device, includes PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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Connie Willis Hugo and Nebula Award winning Doomsday Book uses time travel for a In i Blackout i award winning author Connie Willis returned to the time. Oxford in is a chaotic place, with scores of time-traveling historians being sent into the past. Michael Davies is prepping to go to Pearl Harbor. About Connie Willis: Constance Elaine Trimmer Willis is an American science fiction writer. She is one of the most honored science fiction writers of the.

The Hugo's a popularity contest. It's not a bad one; it can't be outright bought, and lots of at-con promos don't guarantee a win.

But it's not a measure of literary quality; it's a measure of "what readers this year liked. Quote: I just have no interest over what she seems to find so very interesting. Her book is filled to the brim with annoying characters treating each other badly -- and the effect is merely to annoy ME, the reader.

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I didn't find the characters annoying, nor did I think they treated each other badly. Different tastes. Not saying you shouldn't have. Quote: She uses time travel -- but does this book cover any important historical characters? Interesting details about the past that edify?

Then kill them each and every one slowly with disease. Tell of each death in repetitive detail. It's a timeless story for sure. It could be told of any group of people any time and be a story utterly uninteresting TO ME. Wrap it in the merest veneer of science fiction and time travel Originally Posted by leebase.

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I really loved Doomsday Book. It's one of my favourite books. It was this book that caused me to systematically hunt down all books by Connie Willis. Regards Caleb. Originally Posted by Elfwreck. The year it was nominated, Worldcon was in San Francisco, and a free copy was given out at the door with every membership package.

Giving away free copies wouldn't make it win if it were crap.

I liked it fine; I can't remember if I voted for it or didn't vote on the grounds that I'd never heard of most of the nominees. Any kind of presentation at Worldcon has a chance of getting that nominee the Hugo--a reading from the book or of the short story, freebies, themed t-shirts, whatever.

The Hugo's a popularity contest. It's not a bad one; it can't be outright bought, and lots of at-con promos don't guarantee a win. But it's not a measure of literary quality; it's a measure of "what readers this year liked. It not only won the Hugo a fan award , the SF writers association gave it a Nebula award.

Also the Locus magazine readers' poll for best novel. I've read a number of her short stories and novellas, but not yet any of her full length novels.

Having been highly recommended by friends, when I came across the Uncharted Territory collection in a 2nd hand bookshop I picked it up. Given that most of the novels have a similar premise to Fire Watch, I've been putting off reading them.

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But they are still in my TBR list. I've also read a few online freebies that were a bit variable. Originally Posted by FatDog. I loved "To say nothing of the dog".

I went to Gutenburg to get a copy of "3 men and a boat" which is the classic novel that makes an appearance in TSND. All times are GMT The time now is Mark Forums Read. The Doomsday Book - Connie Willis.

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