A Last Nebulation

Part 2 of my non-awaited discussion of the novels nominated Nebula is now up at the Blog Gate. It contains my first conflict of interest! Not to be missed!

About JE

James Enge is the author of the World-Fantasy-Award-nominated novel Blood of Ambrose (Pyr, April 2009). His latest book is The Wide World's End. His short fiction has appeared in Swords and Dark Magic (Harper Collins, 2010), Black Gate, the Stabby-Award-winning anthology Blackguards and elsewhere.
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4 Responses to A Last Nebulation

  1. dindrane says:

    Oooh, a conflict of interest! Exciting!

    Thanks for the commentary; it brings to mind that I wanted to ask someone where to start with Pratchett, whose work I have (shockingly) never read. I’ve been told not to start with The Colour of Money. Do you agree?

    • JE says:

      I’ve read FAUST Eric and Mort and I recommend both of those. But I have to admit that I’m not well-travelled in Discworld myself. My son (who is) says Colour of Magic is a good place to start, because it begins a subseries of world-establishing books.

      A friend of mine, also a big Pratchett fan, says I’ve got to read Small Gods which apparently has a lot of jokes based on the Presocratics. And that’s not the sort of thing you can say about every fantasy novel (or any other, maybe) so it’s definitely on my “to be read” list.

  2. sartorias says:

    I wish it didn'[t have that eye-killing black background, sigh.

  3. peadarog says:

    I fully endorse your reviews of both Brasyl and Odyssey — in all particulars.

    ETA: typo of death.

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