is a great read -- and one that really shows off Will McIntosh's range as a writer.
-Stefan Raets, Tor.com
Hugo-winner McIntosh delivers a moving tale of individual grief and recovery against the backdrop of a devastated world.
-Publisher's Weekly (Starred review)
"You will never read a novel quite like Hitchers - it is a singularly unique work of genius."
-Paul Goat Allen, freelance book reviewer for The Chicago Tribune, PW, Kirkus Reviews, and BarnesandNoble.com.
About the Author
Will McIntosh is a Hugo Award winner and Nebula Award finalist whose debut novel, Soft Apocalypse, was published by Night Shade in 2011. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s (where his story Bridesicle” won the 2010 Reader’s Award, as well as the 2010 Hugo Award for Best Short Story), Strange Horizons, Science Fiction and Fantasy: Best of the Year, and others. A New Yorker transplanted to the rural south, Will is a psychology professor at Georgia Southern University, where he studies Internet dating, and how people’s TV, music, and movie choices are affected by recession and terrorist threat. In 2008 he became the father of twins.
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