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I found this book surprising. It seems to be classified as Science Fiction, but you won’t find a lot of fiction in it. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Andrzej Gorecki, the author of 'South of the 60th Parallel'
Very weak. I am a big Connie Willis fan and was sadly disappointed by Bellwether. The thesis was typical Willis...intriguing, thoughtful, wry...but the execution was terrible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven J. Symonds
This laugh out loud novel is a witty observation of academic foibles and management follies in its attempts to control scientific discoveries. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharon B. Buchbinder
Nimble and humorous look at fads - fun, fun read. Interesting underlying look at people and their interactions at work. The management meetings truly made me laugh out loud.Published 2 months ago by Martin Sizemore
A wonderful, gripping read. It fails short of the wit and charm of To Say Nothing of the Dog, and the character of Passage, but it's a good read - and a cornerstone of Willis'... Read morePublished 2 months ago by U. Rubner
A novel I had looked forward to reading after being enthralled by the shimmering movement in time and between time in "Not to Mention the Dog. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Really a Reader
Most of the books by Connie Willis remind me of the kind of bad dreams where you are struggling ineffectually, over and over, to do some mundane task -- put on your pants, dial a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward