Monday, May 08, 2006

I picked up Rucker's "The Hollow Earth" and John Shirley's "Crawlers" at the library. I flipped a mental coin and started "Crawlers," which is at least as good as anything Shirley's written. If you see this in a bookstore, take ten minutes or so to savor the first chapter; the odds are you'll buy the book. (In "Crawlers," the Singularity has a serious attitude problem and a taste for blood.)

(Click here for more Rucker and here for more Shirley . . .)

1 comment: said...

It can't truly work, I think this way.