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Een knuffel Geschreven door: willeke Wouters | Datum: 23 april 2009 om 23:40 uur

Een knuffel…. heeft iedereen nodig in het leven.
Een knuffel…. is om elkaar wat warmte geven.
Een knuffel…..is even die arm om je heen.
Een knuffel…..je bent dan even niet alleen.
Een knuffel…..hierbij geef ik jou er een

Een knuffel om te schuilen
Een knuffel voor het leven
Een knuffel om iemand te steunen
Dit kan zoveel liefde geven

Een knuffel is een wonder
Iets wat zoveel warmte geeft
Een knuffel laat je voelen
Laat je voelen dat je leeft

en mocht je een keer balen
Kom dan bij mij die KNUFFEL maar halen Vertel een vriend(in) over dit gedicht.

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1mart1n
Edited: Dec 3, 2016, 1:46am Top

Currently re-reading Redemption Ark.

2seitherin
Dec 3, 2016, 1:53pm Top

Still working on The Evolutionary Void by Peter F. Hamilton.

3jnwelch
Dec 3, 2016, 5:43pm Top

Zero K by Don DeLillo, with a futuristic take on cryogenics, seems to be science fiction so far.

4tottman
Dec 3, 2016, 10:37pm Top

Finished Remnants of Trust by Elizabeth Bonesteel which was really great. Now I'm reading After the Crown by K. B. Wagers which is the sequel to one of my favorite books of the year, Behind the Throne

5SFF1928-1973
Dec 4, 2016, 5:47am Top

Finished my re-reading of The Immortals. I enjoyed it more on this second reading than my first when I was a teenager. In my teen years I wasn't much interested in stuff like death and immortality. In middle age it's all much more relevant. If you want to know more there are a couple of excellent reviews on this site.

Next up I'm reading Worlds of the Imperium by Keith Laumer.

6dustydigger
Edited: Dec 29, 2016, 5:04pm Top

Dusty's TBR for December
Lester Del Rey - Rocket Jockey ✔
Allan M Steele - Orbital Decay✔
Simon R Green - Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth✔
Michael Swannick - Stations of the Tide ✔
Jack Devitt - Coming Home✔
Dorothy L Sayers - Hangman's Holiday ✔
Lois McMaster Bujold - Dreamweaver's Dilemma✔
Edgar Rice Burroughs - At the Earth's Core ✔
John Mullan - What Matters in Jane Austen ✔

7RobertDay
Dec 4, 2016, 11:00am Top

Started on the second collection of Dave Langford pastiches, He do the Time Police in different voices. It incorporates the text of his first such collection, The Dragonhiker's Guide to Battlefield Covenant at Dune's edge: odyssey two, but some of the stories in the second half of the newer anthology are more pastiche than parody.

8isabelx
Dec 4, 2016, 3:15pm Top

Just started Blood Music by Greg Bear.

9ThomasWatson
Dec 4, 2016, 10:39pm Top

Just getting started with Singularity Sky by Charles Stross. I like this author's style, so far. (First time with Stross.)

10drmamm
Dec 5, 2016, 12:48pm Top

FINALLY finished The Big Book of Science Fiction. It was a bit of a slog, due to a) the sheer mass of the book (>1000 pages); and b) the uneven quality of the stories (which isn't the editors' fault - they intentionally went VERY broad with the selections). I just couldn't get into the sometimes bizarre stories, although there were some gems in there, including Sandkings, by none other than George R.R. Martin and Ted Chiang's story that was the basis for the movie Arrival.

Downloaded Peter F. Hamilton's Night Without Stars, which I am ripping through. It's interesting - the more I read Peter Hamilton, the more I see the flaws in his writing (using certain phrases over and over...and over again, somewhat flat characters, laughably bad sex scenes, 5 pages to describe what a character is wearing, etc.), but the less I care! After slogging through 1000 pages of arguably higher "quality" SF, this was like a breath of fresh air to me, awkward writing be damned.

11ScoLgo
Dec 5, 2016, 1:26pm Top

>10 drmamm: Oohhh... Sandkings. I first read that when it was published in Omni magazine back in 1979 or maybe 1980... Such a cool story...

12divinenanny
Dec 5, 2016, 2:57pm Top

>10 drmamm: I'm working on The Big Book of Science Fiction too. I get what you are saying about the uneven quality, but I have to say, I love the wide selection. I'm half way through, and with the stress levels in my life at this moment, short stories is all I can manage.

13ThomasWatson
Dec 6, 2016, 11:04am Top

>10 drmamm: Ah, the Sandkings! First thing I ever read by Martin. And was there ever a character in sci-fi more deserving of his fate that Simon Kress?

14pgmcc
Dec 6, 2016, 11:28am Top

I have just received my copy of Corporation Wars: Insurgence by Ken MacLeod and am speeding up my reading of the Arthur Machen story I am reading so that I can get to Insurgence as soon as possible. I loved, Dissidence, the first novel in the "Corporation Wars" trilogy.

15SFF1928-1973
Edited: Dec 8, 2016, 10:40am Top

Finished Worlds of the Imperium, a short but entertaining read, even if there are only two or three worlds involved and the Imperium is rather briefly sketched.

Next up I'm re-reading Recalled to Life by Robert Silverberg. Edit: Actually no, The Wizard of Linn by A.E. van Vogt is next.

16SFF1928-1973
Dec 6, 2016, 12:23pm Top

>10 drmamm: I must admit I have no objection to laughably bad sex scenes. At any rate, so long as they are describing laughably bad sex.

17rshart3
Dec 6, 2016, 11:30pm Top

Just finished Weighing Shadows by Lisa Goldstein. Very disappointing, & a surprise since I've really liked several others of hers that I read. It was so flimsy and implausible that I probably wouldn't have finished it, except I kept thinking "this is Lisa Goldstein; she must be going to pull it all together at some point, or make sense of it."

18Shrike58
Dec 7, 2016, 10:39am Top

Knocked off Foxglove Summer (A) yesterday evening...apart from "The Laundry" series of Charlie Stross there is little that I enjoy in genre writing more right now than Aaronovitch's urban fantasy police procedurals.

19drmamm
Dec 7, 2016, 4:07pm Top

Finished Night Without Stars. I won't spoil anything, but it was a satisfying conclusion to the Void Opus (although the Commonwealth Universe is so huge, he could write 10 more books set there). As I noted above, it isn't high literature, but it really hit the spot for me. If I were to rank this against the entire Commonwealth series, I would put it somewhere in the middle - above the core Void stories, but below the two originals Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained.

20dustydigger
Dec 8, 2016, 8:35am Top

Finished the final book in my 80s Defining Books challenge over on WWEnd.Afraid I thoroughly disliked Allen Steele's Orbital Decay,plot,style,formatte,characters, odd confusing premise,the lot. Perhaps the ending was meant to be sad or even tragic,but since I dIdnt care a fig for anything or anyone in the book,I was just relieved to have finished it at last.
I had already gone ahead with my 90s Defining Books challenge since I have procrastinated months with this book/ The challenge is to read one book from each year of the 90s.The whole challenge has covered the years 1950-1999,and its been great for the most part'
This is my list for the 90s;
1990 Iain M Banks - Use of Weapons ✔
1991 C J Cherryh - Heavy Time✔
1992 Vernor Vinge - A Fire Upon the Deep ✔
1993 Kim Stanley Robinson - Green Mars
1994 Bruce Sterling - Heavy Weather
1995 David Brin - Brightness Reef
1996 Dan Simmons - Endymion
1997 Joe Haldemane - Forever Peace
1998 Octavia E Butler - Parable of the Talents
1999 Vernor Vinge - A Deepness in the Sky
An odd sort of list I suppose but should be interesting
I am in the process of preparing my 60 SF/F reads for 2017 and will post the list - of course! - later in the month.

21drmamm
Dec 8, 2016, 8:56am Top

Just started Ready Player One. So far so good.

22Cecrow
Dec 8, 2016, 9:11am Top

>20 dustydigger:, I've slated Green Mars for January, to follow up Red Mars which I read this summer. I assume you've read the first book before, and are just getting to the sequel now?

23jnwelch
Dec 8, 2016, 11:50am Top

I started a re-read of Simak's City.

24ScoLgo
Dec 8, 2016, 12:04pm Top

>20 dustydigger: said, "Perhaps the ending was meant to be sad or even tragic,but since I dIdnt care a fig for anything or anyone in the book,I was just relieved to have finished it at last."

So, for you, it was a happy ending then? ;)

Good to see a Dusty list appearing. I trust your recovery is progressing?

I am just over halfway through Use of Weapons at the moment. A confusing delivery of a very good story so far. I trust Banks won't leave things too murky by the ending.

Have you read, (or plan to read), Parable of the Sower? Talents being the sequel?

25drmamm
Dec 8, 2016, 12:21pm Top

>24 ScoLgo: There will be NO murkiness at the ending of Use of Weapons. None at all.

26dustydigger
Dec 8, 2016, 12:23pm Top

>22 Cecrow: Yep,I too will be reading Green Mars,but probably in February,as Michael Swannick's Stations of the Tide comes up before it.
Unlike the rest of the world I was not at all keen on Red Mars.Why are books set on Mars almost always are about revolutions,conspiracies and the like,when what I want is exciting exploration,terraforming,hands on engineering conundrums.,mysteries and adventure,1950s style! :0) Green Mars looks chockablock with politics and uprisings.........sigh.........

27dustydigger
Dec 8, 2016, 12:33pm Top

>23 jnwelch: I have City on my list for 2017.plus Simak's Time is the Simplest Thing and maybe Ring Around the Sun.And Thomas Watson had good things to say about All the Traps of EarthLooks like a Simak year,if I can locate cheap copies

28dustydigger
Edited: Dec 8, 2016, 1:19pm Top

>24 ScoLgo: I will be reading both ''Parables'' in 2017.All on the list :0)
Sadly,Scolgo, the recovery is going rather badly,very slowly. My wound bled copiously from the start,and as the hospital was worried that constant replacement of dressings makes chances of infections worse ,they put on a ''PICO dressing'' for a week,then when it still hadnt healed another one last Friday. I go to the hospital tomorrow to have it removed,here's hoping it is clean now.The dressing is extremely uncomfortable as the layer of plastic protection is quite rigid,and when my leg swells then shrinks it is so very constricting I almost cry from it. My clips removal is already a week overdue,so that wont be a happy affair.:0(.
The knee was such a mess inside and masses of bone grafting was carried out. The oedema is very bad,at one point my thigh above the knee was a massive 27 inches,like a tree trunk!. Sitting in a chair is agony,lying down even worse.I am pretty much in constant strong pain,I lie for hours in pain till I fall into an exhausted sleep,but the oedema means I am awoken within an hour to get rid of fluid,and I go back to the 3 hours awake,1 pitiful hour sleep cycle.The rigid dressing keeps my leg in mostly one position,and I get little respite or easing of the knee into different positions..I'm totally worn out,and know from the past this nightmare will go on for almost another month before I finally get well.I am SO not a good healer and of course the op was more complicated than a basic TKR,so things go very slowly.There is some improvement today,day18,and by standing up at the kitchen workbench I have typed this post with one finger while leaning on a stick! lol.Hope to be back in a few days with an update,but for now its back to bed .....sigh.......

29ScoLgo
Edited: Dec 8, 2016, 4:08pm Top

>25 drmamm: Thanks - good to know. In truth, I'm not too worried. I've read Banks before and he has proven very good at wrapping things up. Appreciate the confirmation though!

>26 dustydigger: Maybe give Mark Tiedemann's Remains a go? It is set partially on Mars and also on orbital habitats. It's a murder mystery/whodunit - in spaaaaaacceee....

>27 dustydigger: I too need to read City. I have a tattered old copy of Out of Their Minds here that I also need to get to one of these days.

>28 dustydigger: Oh no! Very sorry to hear that recovery is such a struggle. I sure hope things improve quickly. Fingers crossed for good news at the unwrapping tomorrow!

30ChrisRiesbeck
Dec 8, 2016, 2:15pm Top

>26 dustydigger: You definitely want a copy of Old Mars then.

31ThomasWatson
Edited: Dec 8, 2016, 3:48pm Top

>27 dustydigger: I came across All The Traps of Earth while browsing a used book store. Definitely worth keeping an eye open for this one.

Sorry to hear the recovery process is such a chore. Here's hoping for steady improvement - soon!

32DugsBooks
Dec 9, 2016, 9:48am Top

>28 dustydigger: I hope all the discomfort is worthwhile and ends soon with your taking hikes and gallivanting about this coming summer!

33dustydigger
Edited: Dec 9, 2016, 1:37pm Top

Recovery day 20......YAY! That godawful restrictive bandage was removed today,huge improvement.Also my 34 clips were removed,a week late,so they were embedded in the flesh and were hard to get out .Lots of dots of blood and wimpish yelps from me,but its a relief too. Looking forward to some real progress from now on :0) And possibly more than 1 hour asleep,4 hours awake in pain? Fingers crossed! :0)
Hope to be able to sit at the computer tomorrow for first time,while choosing my SF/F reads for 2017.Great fun
>32 DugsBooks: Not quite hikes or gallivanting,Dug,but pushing my first greatgranddaughter out in her pram in the spring,almost as good.:0)

34ThomasWatson
Dec 9, 2016, 2:15pm Top

>33 dustydigger: Glad to hear of the improvement!

35seitherin
Dec 9, 2016, 2:22pm Top

Finished The Evolutionary Void by Peter F. Hamilton and started Babylon's Ashes by James S. A. Corey.

36Sakerfalcon
Dec 10, 2016, 5:28am Top

>33 dustydigger: That sounds like a big step forward. Hope you continue to do well.

37SFF1928-1973
Dec 10, 2016, 6:11pm Top

Finished reading The Wizard of Linn, next up I'm reading A Martian Odyssey, a collection of short stories by Stanley G. Weinbaum, a new author to me.

38SFF1928-1973
Dec 10, 2016, 6:14pm Top

>26 dustydigger: I attempted Red Mars many years ago, and found it terribly dull. Even Earth politics is boring to me.

39dustydigger
Dec 10, 2016, 7:33pm Top

>29 ScoLgo: great minds think alike,ScoLgo!.I had already been fortunate to locate a copy of Mark Ws Remains on Open Library ( the prices of his books on Amazon UK are totally ridiculous!) and I already had a copy of our own Thomas Watson's Founders' Effect.I thoroughly enjoyed the debut novel,Luck of Han'anga and look forward to returning to his engaging world.Its like old home week.Bet I enjoy them a lot more than KSRs political machinations on Mars :0)

40dustydigger
Dec 10, 2016, 8:07pm Top

>38 SFF1928-1973: Hah!,so true. My enjoyment was ruined from the start when we were told first off that the most likable character,who we followed for the small bits of the story actually exploring Mars, was going to be killed,then worked through 100s of pages braced for it to happen while trying not to identify too closely with him so as not to be devastated. That did not sit well with me. Then whole parts of the plot just didnt ring true,with ridiculous groups of people hidden away here and there suddenly popping out in time for revolutions and mayhem.I was fuming and grumbling all the way through.lol
I'll get through Green and Blue if it kills me,because they are Hugo winners,but its certainly not something I am looking forward to.Afraid they are likely to be ''medicine'' books Every morning I dutifully eat my unexicting porridge,and read about a dozen pages of a book and take my medication. I often read that small number of pages from a dutiful or dull read,get it over with for the day before doing household chores.. Then I know any reading during the rest of the day will be for fun and pleasure! :0)

41ThomasWatson
Dec 10, 2016, 10:48pm Top

>39 dustydigger: Hope you enjoy Founders' Effect.

42Lynxear
Dec 11, 2016, 2:41am Top

Starting book 4 of the Destroyermen series Distant Thunders. I hope it is more than just a build-up to another impossible Grik fight... that aspect of the series is starting to get boring for me.

43tottman
Dec 11, 2016, 12:21pm Top

I finished After the Crown by K.B. Wagers which is every bit as good or better then the first book in the series. It feels like I'm at the beginning of the Miles Vorkosigan saga by Lois McMaster Bujold or the Honor Harrington series by David Weber. I love the characters and the universe created here and I can see a long popular series emerging.

44Unreachableshelf
Dec 11, 2016, 2:01pm Top

I'm reading Unseen World.

45threadnsong
Dec 11, 2016, 4:27pm Top

Hi dusty - thank you for keeping us posted on your progress, slow and painful as it is. You certainly have my well wishes for an ease of your pain. Hang in there!

46threadnsong
Dec 11, 2016, 4:37pm Top

I have finally, finally finished Childhood's End and couldn't be happier. I found the experience of reading it being pulled between storylines that seemed to start and then suddenly end (Stormgren's kidnapping, the research into the need for the Overlords into telepathy and the paranormal), then long passages into social commentary, such as the dinner party where we are introduced to Jan and his idea of traveling to the Overlord's home planet, that didn't seem to fit. And it's a short book that I tried to read quickly to let it all sink in, but it became a slog that I was going to finish no matter what.

I feel bad that I didn't like it better because it is a classic and explained great theories of where humanity is going, but there you have it.

Taking a break from sci-fi for the holidays; have other Clarke volumes to start in the new year with higher hopes for them and hopefully more stars.

47dustydigger
Dec 11, 2016, 6:04pm Top

>46 threadnsong: I too was not a fan of this book,and am always surprised when people rave about it.Maybe its just me but I was suspicious of the motives of this so called transcendent Overmind.Are you really sure Overmind is merging with the kids,and not just having a tasty snack? lol.Then there are those strange Overlords and their very odd relationship with the Overmind.And I didnt like the writing,would be epic but not very convincing to me.AND the way the children's bodies were brutally tossed aside as unwanted was downright offensive and hardly transcendent behaviour!As I have said before about Clarke,he tosses aside religion and then is forever yearning for something just as transcendent to replace it,with little success.SO not my cup of tea.

48dustydigger
Edited: Dec 11, 2016, 6:46pm Top

Been a bit spaced out from meds this weekend,but finally managed to complete my list of 48 SF titles for 2017.
I am concentrating on the 90s this year,for WWEnd challenges,so about 40% of my reads are from that decade,some monster tomes in there :0( Then there are around half a dozen 21st century books,but many of the other 50% are golden oldies from earlier decades,some rereads,some classics I have been wanting to read and some just light popcorn reads to balance out all those ever so worthy,ever so huge 90s doorstoppers.All in all I think its a fascinating list and I hope for a great year ahead!
Dusty's TBR for 2017
Isaac Asimov - Foundation and Earth
Catharine Asaro - A Quantum Rose
Greg Bear - Moving Mars
Terry Bisson - Voyage to the Red Planet
David Brin - Brightness Reef
Lois McMaster Bujold - Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen
Octavia E Butler - Parable of the Sower
Octavia E Butler - Parable of the Talents
C J Cherryh - Serpent's Reach
C J Cherryh - Visitor
Hal Clement - Needle
Alan Dean Foster - Cachalot
Alan Dean Foster - The Howling Stones
Nicola Griffith - Slow River
Joe Haldeman - Forever Peace
Robert A Heinlein - Beyond the Horizon
Damon Knight - Mind Switch
Vonda M Macintyre - The Moon and the Sun
Emily St John Mandel - Station Eleven
China Mieville - Perdido St Station
Larry Niven - Ringworld Engineers
Andre Norton - Cats-Eye
Andre Norton - Night of Masks
Kim Stanley Robinson - Green Mars
Kim Stanley Robinson - Blue Mars
Spider Robinson - Callahan's Crosstime Saloon
Robert J Sawyer - Terminal Experiment
John Scalzi - The Last Colony
Clifford D Simak - Time is the Simplest Thing
Clifford D Simak - City
Dan Simmons - Endymion
Dan Simmons - Rise of Endymion
Neal Stephenson - The Diamond Age
Neal Stephenson - Snow Crash
Neal Stephenson - Cryptonomicon
Bruce Sterling - Heavy Weather
Michael Swannick - Stations of the Tide
Mark Tiedemann - Remains
Jeff Vandermeer - Annihilation
Vernor Vinge - A Deepness in the Sky
Thomas Watson - Founders' Effect
James White - Hospital Station
James White - Star Surgeon
James White - The Aliens Among Us
Gene Wolfe - Citadel of the Autarch
John Wyndham - Chocky
Timothy Zahn - Heir to the Empire
Timothy Zahn - The Third Lynx

My fantasy/urban fantasy reads are still in flux,Ill add that list later

49RobertDay
Edited: Dec 11, 2016, 6:54pm Top

I've just finished reading the November 1948 Astounding (no, I'm not THAT far behind!) and there was much of interest, mainly by people we've never heard of since then. The stand-out story for me was 'In Hiding' by Wilmar H. Shiras, all about a 12-year-old boy who is referred to a child psychologist because he doesn't seem to quite fit in, and turns out to be a towering intellectual genius way beyond his years. It turns out to be an "atomic mutation" story, and the denouement was a bit rushed, but it was well written and engaged my interest far more than you'd expect from that description. (Though a lot of the things the child psychologist does in terms of how he handles his patient would get him struck off nowadays, if not put on a register somewhere!)

Two 'science fact' articles were amusing for getting a lot of stuff wrong - Willy Ley on supersonic flight, stating that future supersonic aircraft would all be rockets (jet engines were no more than six or seven years old at the time of publication, so why Ley couldn't see them as being capable of further development I don't know, but he dismisses them as a engineering dead end), and E.L. Locke on 'A New Natural Law' - an article about the connection between gravity and magnetism, which confuses magnetism, magnetic fields and gravity completely, putting all planetary magnetic fields down to rotation. I don't know when we found out about Mars' lack of a magnetosphere, but that rather demolishes Locke's argument.

The issue's headline story was the second part of the serialisation of A.E. van Vogt's 'The Players of Null-A'. The kindest thing I can say of it is that it read like a bad pastiche of itself.

Later: well, I Googled Wilmar H. Shiras and found a) she was a woman, and b) 'In Hiding' was the first in a series of well-regarded stories about mutants who were benign and whose mutations didn't give their subjects uncanny powers and the desire to wear Spandex out of doors.

50SFF1928-1973
Dec 11, 2016, 7:43pm Top

>46 threadnsong: I've read Childhood's End twice now and I have to admit it's not an easy read. I can see that the various subplots are necessary to reflect the various eras and phases of the Overlords' relationship with planet Earth. But the book can certainly be hard going at times, particularly the dinner party stuff where to story seems to almost grind to a halt.

I guess the difference for me is that I find the payoff well worth what goes before. Also it was one of my earliest reads from the genre so I might just be nostalgic about it.

51rshart3
Edited: Dec 11, 2016, 11:29pm Top

>49 RobertDay:
Yes, "In Hiding" was the seed that became Children of the Atom, a favorite of mine when young, and since. A similar situation was set up by Nancy Kress in Beggars in Spain: a group who are far above average intelligence, the reaction of the majority population, and debates among the special group about the best way to handle the majority reaction. Both books have a resonance for readers who are very intelligent, or for that matter significantly different in any way.

52SChant
Dec 12, 2016, 2:28am Top

Started The Fifth Season by N K Jemisin. A hundred pages in and it's OK but not outstanding.

53Shrike58
Dec 12, 2016, 8:00am Top

That's a good list...I've read them all and there's not a clunker in the lot.

54RobertDay
Dec 12, 2016, 8:31am Top

>51 rshart3: Indeed, I did have the occasional thought that we were looking at a more nuanced version of the 'fans are slans' meme (or fantasy). I suspect that a number of readers who had progressed beyond the 'Gosh-wow!" stage identified with the protagonist.

55SFF1928-1973
Dec 12, 2016, 2:24pm Top

>48 dustydigger: Interesting list. By no great coincidence Hospital Station is on my TBR pile.

56AnnieMod
Dec 12, 2016, 5:15pm Top

>48 dustydigger: James White :) I always smile when I see someone remembering him - for some reason I never understood, he is not as popular as he should be

57Darth-Heather
Dec 12, 2016, 5:18pm Top

>56 AnnieMod: I don't understand it either. I read The Dream Millennium last year and thought it was great.

58tardis
Dec 12, 2016, 5:23pm Top

>56 AnnieMod:: I love James White. Beautiful, hopeful future. Plus I love his alien classification system.

59seitherin
Edited: Dec 12, 2016, 5:35pm Top

>48 dustydigger: Do you realize that Visitor by C. J. Cherryh is the 17th volume in the Foreigner series? Or that Citadel of the Autarch by Gene Wolfe is the fourth book in the New Sun series? Or The Last Colony by John Scalzi is the third book in the Old Man's War series? I would hate for you to dislike the books because you read the end instead of the beginning. Oh, and I loved the James White books. I just read several of them this year.

60majkia
Dec 12, 2016, 6:20pm Top

Just beginning Dancer's Lament. I've missed Malazan.

61pgmcc
Dec 13, 2016, 3:47am Top

>56 AnnieMod:, >57 Darth-Heather: & >58 tardis:
Not only are his stories great but he was a lovely man. He was a regular attendee at conventions in Ireland. I may be biased as he came from my hometown.

62RobertDay
Dec 13, 2016, 8:30am Top

>61 pgmcc: And in the UK, too. One of SF's true gentlemen.

63Sakerfalcon
Dec 13, 2016, 8:41am Top

>48 dustydigger: Some great titles on your list! I'll look forward to your thoughts.

64pgmcc
Dec 13, 2016, 9:27am Top

>62 RobertDay: Exactly!

65dustydigger
Edited: Dec 15, 2016, 11:54am Top

>59 seitherin: Yep,I am reading them all in order. I just have a nostalgic yen to reread the Sector General again after many years.:0)

66RobertDay
Dec 14, 2016, 8:12am Top

I have the recent(-ish) Tor omnibus editions in the TBR pile. It'll be interesting to read them in order rather than piecemeal the way I originally came across them.

67ThomasWatson
Dec 14, 2016, 8:31am Top

Reading Singularity Sky by Charles Stross, I found myself so impressed that I decided to check out the author's body of work and see what I had ahead of me. Because, yes, I'll be reading more. Doing so, I discovered that I'm reading his first novel.

Seriously - This is his FIRST novel? No wonder he took people by surprise!

68RobertDay
Dec 14, 2016, 8:38am Top

Finished Dave Langford's 'He do the Time Police in different voices'. Having a bit of a break from fiction generally.

69dustydigger
Dec 14, 2016, 11:10am Top

OK,for those of you who are unfamiliar with the Sector General books,Tor.com has a very nice blurb/article discussing the rerelease of the series in 2016.
check out - http://www.tor.com/2016/05/05/lonely-hospital-at-the-edge-of-space-a-return-to-s...
Hope we get some new fans from this discussion! :0)

70AnnieMod
Edited: Dec 14, 2016, 2:40pm Top

>66 RobertDay: >69 dustydigger:

Reissued? Those were reissued this year? Well - merry Christmas to me! :)

71seitherin
Dec 14, 2016, 3:45pm Top

>69 dustydigger: Yep, those are the three I read. I really enjoyed them.

72dustydigger
Dec 14, 2016, 5:01pm Top

>70 AnnieMod: And me! I snapped up the first 3 books,Beginning Operations as a present to myself too :0)

73ScoLgo
Dec 14, 2016, 7:38pm Top

>70 AnnieMod: >72 dustydigger: Zoinks! I sure hope you all didn't buy the used hardcover from Amazon.com, ($2,498.00 + shipping!) I almost had to call the EMT's when I saw that...

I finished the last of my WWE challenge reads the other day with Seed to Harvest by Octavia Butler. I also tracked down an online copy of her Survivor, which is an out-of-print installment in the Patternist series but is not included in the omnibus. Butler reportedly disliked the story and insisted that it go out of print. Too bad as I found it the 2nd most powerful tale in the group, (Clay's Ark was a downright harrowing read). I followed all that with the posthumously published Unexpected Stories. The first in the duology returns to the world of Survivor and tells a prequel, (or perhaps it's the original story she wrote in that world?).

Last night I finished Crusade, book #2 in Taylor Anderson's Destroyermen series. Fast-paced adventure set in an alternate reality. The characters are mostly caricatures - but they are fun caricatures and the pages turn quickly. There are over 10 volumes in this series and, while they are relatively fast reads, I hope Anderson finds a way to build the world beyond what we have so far, (evil reptilian empire, kill or be killed, fighting and winning huge battles against immense odds... Lather. Rinse, Repeat). I'll give it another book or two and, if it doesn't somehow grow beyond that, I will likely call it quits.

Just began Philip Roth's The Plot Against America. Some interesting parallels with the recent political climate here in the USA.

74Lynxear
Dec 15, 2016, 12:47am Top

>73 ScoLgo: I am on book 4 of the Destroyermen Series: Distant Thunders and I like this story better than Maelstrom. So don't give up if you feel the same as I did about Book 3 (read my review of Maelstrom). Book 4 has more intrigue and discussion of their new inventions... rather than nebulous hack and hew battles which got to be boring for me.

75ScoLgo
Dec 15, 2016, 2:18am Top

>74 Lynxear: Thanks for that. I'll plan on giving it at least 2 or 3 more then... ;)

76Sakerfalcon
Dec 15, 2016, 6:50am Top

I've just started After the crown, hoping it will be as much fun as the first book in the series.

77pgmcc
Dec 15, 2016, 7:14am Top

Just over half-way through The Corporation Wars: Insurgence and it is living up to my expectations. Excellent!

78davisfamily
Dec 15, 2016, 7:42am Top

I just Started Metro 2033, I work retail so I tend to read dark dystopian novels this time of year.

79pgmcc
Dec 15, 2016, 8:37am Top

>78 davisfamily: I used to work in retail so I totally get your comment!
:-)

80ThomasWatson
Dec 15, 2016, 10:11am Top

>78 davisfamily:
>79 pgmcc:

Ditto!

81ThomasWatson
Dec 15, 2016, 10:14am Top

>73 ScoLgo: I did the "Pick & Mix" thing over on WWE, and I've got 2 to go (out of 20) before the end of the year. Not sure I'll make it, though I do seem to be zipping through Stross's Singularity Sky at a healthy rate. That happens when I'm really enjoying a book. The last two are a short story collection by David Brin, and Star Born, the sequel to Norton's The Stars Are Ours.

82dustydigger
Dec 15, 2016, 12:03pm Top

Whew! Must sit down and catch my breath.Finished galloping through book #6 of Simon R Green's Nightside series,Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth.John Taylor and assorted friends/enemies come together for the final showdown with his mother,Lilith,who is so cruel and vicious she makes the goddess Kali look like a pussycat.Cue almost total destruction of the Nightside,masses of gore mayhem and black humour.Enormous fun,and managed to grab my attention in spite of pain and a haze of meds.
Now working through Jack McDevitt's Coming Home and Kathy Reichs Terminal,both rather meh and bland,but they finish off challenges,and then I must find a few popcorn lite reads for the last couple of weeks of the year,and continue filling in my lists for next year.And trying to keep my paws off starting next years books too early.:0)

83ChrisRiesbeck
Dec 15, 2016, 12:48pm Top

>73 ScoLgo: I also liked Survivor. I've read why she's disowned it, but to me it seemed thematically and emotionally very comparable to sexual power politics of Lilith's Brood.

84AnnieMod
Dec 15, 2016, 2:03pm Top

I am back to Jack McDevitt with Polaris. The change of narrator from the first book caught me a bit off-guard (part of why I liked it was because of Alex and his thought process). But it is not bad actually - and I am curious what happened with that ship :)

85Shrike58
Edited: Dec 15, 2016, 4:43pm Top

Pretty much finished the "The Invisible Library" (B) by Genevieve Cogman. I kinda of like it but even cutting Cogman some slack for her first novel it didn't quite click for me; would I be wrong in thinking that this was basically an alternate take on the Time Lords of "Dr. Who," only with a female protagonist?

86dustydigger
Dec 15, 2016, 4:38pm Top

>84 AnnieMod: I previously read Seeker which was a Nebula winner,,and while it was an OK read I didnt see it as worth the award.My problem with the series is that the time frame is very unconvincing.If the premise was that they were searching for a plastic artifact from the 23rd century say 1000,even1500 later,I could work with that. But 9000 years later? Too much to swallow,and life seemed exactly like today.Add that the narrator is a woman,and called Chase confusingly enough,by time Alex Benedict filtered through the story he seemed curiously unsubstantial.
I am now trying Coming Home,Nebula nominated,again with Chase narrating the tale and I am getting the same vibes and irritations as before.OK,but rather bland as I said before

87AnnieMod
Dec 15, 2016, 4:50pm Top

>86 dustydigger:

Seeker is next on my list - I am reading on order (inside of the series anyway). What I find with his writing is that he is telling a good yarn. It may not be great and I may not like everything but it is a good adventure story (I am almost ready to say pulp story in some cases).

I knew that Chase is a woman (from the first book) and a LOT of the background information is not in this book and needs to come from the previous one - or the book sounds wooden (so I suspect that if you started with Seeker, that may have been part of the issue) - the bare bones explanation on what happened before is there to tie it up but the details is what make some of it work...

A lot of people seems to think that these are standalones but so far, I really disagree.

88majkia
Edited: Dec 15, 2016, 5:06pm Top

>86 dustydigger: and >87 AnnieMod: I really enjoy Chase telling the tales. She has an interesting perspective on Alex. I'm past Seeker. Next up for me is Firebird.

89RobertDay
Dec 15, 2016, 5:22pm Top

>82 dustydigger:, >84 AnnieMod:, >88 majkia: With McDevitt, I nearly always feel with his books that I'm reading a novelisation of an above-average 1980s tv movie. I've even found myself visualising one of his heroines with a bubble perm and shoulder pads. I can't put my finger precisely on why this is (and it doesn't put me off). And then in A Talent for War he pulled off a most amazing trick of somehow conveying the scale of a human-inhabited galaxy so much so that I felt it almost viscerally. And I suppose I keep reading him to see if he can do it again. Which is why I have quite a bit of McDevitt on the TBR pile.

90ThomasWatson
Dec 15, 2016, 5:53pm Top

Just finished reading Singularity Sky by Charles Stross. One of the cleverest and most entertaining works of fiction I've read this year. Five stars, highly recommended, and now I need to find a copy of Iron Sunrise. :-)

91SChant
Dec 16, 2016, 4:30am Top

Dipping into Dreamsongs, a GRRM retrospective, which has been on my TBR for ages. The man certainly is prolific! Also started Chimpanzee by Darin Bradley - so far a self-centered protagonist in a humourless distopia is making it hard work!

92Cecrow
Dec 16, 2016, 7:42am Top

>91 SChant:, really liked Dreamsongs, found the first volume was the stronger one but there's good stuff in each. "Sandkings" is a standout classic.

93justifiedsinner
Dec 16, 2016, 10:30am Top

>82 dustydigger: et al. To me McDevitt writes pot-boilers which is fine, when I'm sick or burnet out I appreciate a easy read. One of the quirks I like about the series and the similar Priscilla Hutchins' Academy series is how 1950's it all is. They have AI and anti-gravity and FTL but no bio-tech, no social media and no societal problems at all. I keep expecting to run into Samantha Stephens and Mary Tyler Moore.

94Lynxear
Edited: Dec 17, 2016, 8:01am Top

>75 ScoLgo: I just finished Distant Thunders and was very pleased with this book. It became the page-turner that the first two books of the series became. I will rate this book at 5 stars like the first two and that is up from 3.5 stars that I rated Maelstrom.

Don't give up after reading Maelstrom ... it gets really good again.

95dustydigger
Edited: Dec 17, 2016, 1:12pm Top

Oh boy! I've just surfaced(very appropriate word!)from Michael Swannick's Nebula winning Stations of the Tide.An unnamed bureaucrat is sent to the planet Miranda to find a renegade scientist -cum-magician who may have possibly stolen some proscribed technology.Redolent with allusions to The Tempest,this book swings wildly from SF to fantasy and is hallucinogenic,surreal,bewildering and hypnotic. I didnt understand most of it,and even the ending was weird,but the book was enormous fun,exploding with ideas,fantastic worldbuilding and it certainly lived up to the famous quote in the Tempest
''Nothing of him that doth fade
But doth suffer a sea-change
Into something rich and strange.''
This whole book was rich and strange indeed - and only 260 pages long!
Next up in the Hugo/Nebula award winners list is KSRs Green Mars,576 pages long,and not likely to change into something rich and strange....sigh.......It can wait till January though,the rest of this month is reserved for urban fantasy fun.

96Sakerfalcon
Edited: Dec 20, 2016, 8:09am Top

I've just finished After the crown, the gripping sequel to Behind the throne. This is turning into a really fun space opera series.

97majkia
Dec 19, 2016, 8:59am Top

I am really loving Dancer's Lament by Ian Esslemont. What a terrific look at Dancer and Kellanved as youngsters. Poor Dancer. He's just as frustrated as a young man as he is later on with his cohort in... crime?

I'd also recommend this to a lot of folks who are intimidated by Gardens of the Moon as their first read of the Malazan series. It is far more approachable, with far fewer intricate threads to keep in mind.

And I'm laughing out loud at some of Kellanved's antics and Dancer's struggle not to strangle him.

98ThomasWatson
Dec 19, 2016, 11:57am Top

Reading a short fiction collection by David Brin, The River of Time. As was true of the Simak collection I read a few weeks ago, I'm not as familiar with Brin's short work as I am with his novels. Haven't hit any clunkers in this collection so far (half way through). The author commentary that follows each tale is nice touch. I do enjoy hearing/reading about how people do what they do.

99tottman
Dec 19, 2016, 1:01pm Top

>96 Sakerfalcon: Those are both making my top SF reads of 2016. I really love this series.

100DugsBooks
Edited: Dec 19, 2016, 5:31pm Top

>96 Sakerfalcon: broken link for behind the throne?

101Sakerfalcon
Dec 20, 2016, 8:09am Top

>100 DugsBooks: Thank you! Fixed it.

102cindydavid4
Dec 20, 2016, 8:37am Top

>46 threadnsong: I first read Childhoods End in HS. Had already been a fan of Clark's short stories, this was the first of his novels for me. I loved the book, tho found the ending odd and didn't quite get it all. Read it several more times as I got older, and enjoyed it more and more. Sorry it didn't quite work for you - but Clark has so many wonderful books . The story collection Nine Billion Names of God is still one of my favorite SF short stories (and the title story is still one I think about) Then there is The Sentinel, and of course 2001 A Space Odessey which I liked so much more than the movie. And just scanning his booklist - I didn't realize he wrote books with Stephen Baxter. I loved his Long Earth books he wrote with Terry Pratchett and his Time Shifts so I may have to try those. Anyway, enjoy your reading!

103cindydavid4
Dec 20, 2016, 8:42am Top

>61 pgmcc: I have not heard of James White - where would you suggest I start with him?

104cindydavid4
Dec 20, 2016, 8:53am Top

>21 drmamm: I read that - I loved the premise but thought it bogged down a bit with all the cultural references. But ymmv, esp depending on what time period you were growing up in!

105cindydavid4
Dec 20, 2016, 8:56am Top

>28 dustydigger: Yikes, Im so sorry to hear that you are in so much pain! I fractured my hip last year. I get the lack of sleep from the pain and discomfort. I so hope you can get some sleep, and that you get some relief from the pain!