Another book that can be considered a one hit wonder is Silverlock by John Myers Myers. This work is filled with literary allusions, and should provide some interesting discussion. Goodreads says: “In this classic of fantasy fiction, John Myers transports readers to a world as limitless as the human imagination, where a shipwrecked American meets … Read more
Our one hit wonder book for June will be Halfway Human by Carolyn Ives Gilman. From Goodreads: “Tedla is young, beautiful and blond but is neither he nor she. On a far-off world, an asexual class of “blands” exists to serve their fellow humans, protected and isolated from contact with the rest of the universe. … Read more
Well, given the timing on this one, we will probably be holding our annual 4th of July barbecue. We’ll discuss it at a meeting and post details here. The book for this month (whenever we meet) will be another attempt at Dancer of the Sixth by Michelle Shirey Crean. This book was hard to find … Read more
This month’s foray into one hit wonders of science fiction will be Replay by Ken Grimwood, which asks the question of “What if you could live your life over again? and again? and again?” From Goodreads: “Jeff Winston was 43 and trapped in a tepid marriage and a dead-end job, waiting for that time when … Read more
We planned to talk about Dancer of the Sixth by Michelle Shirey Crean. Because this book was difficult to find, we have postponed it until a future month when Robin will supply some copies. Meeting in the usual place (click the big button for directions).