(urth) 5HC : Thunder Always knocks twice
danldo at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 20:21:41 PST 2005
Hmmmm. For some of us, of course, the theology is among
the fascinatingest parts of Lupine fiction...
On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 22:30:53 -0500, maru <marudubshinki at gmail.com> wrote:
> You've got Storeys? My suggestion: flip to 'Solar Labyrinth'.
> It is, IMHO, his best short story, and very applicable to his works.
> It also lacks the theology that is sometimes annoying.
> Dat's serendip for ya! Always a surprising land.
> Jim Raylor wrote:
> >I had trouble on Google.
> >Thunder Always (from '"A Story" by John V. Marsch' was
> >a meaningful name but it is not easily found on the
> > GW's first published story in Orbit was 'Trip Trap'
> >(1967) it was reprinted in 'Storeys from the Old
> >Hotel'. I received that book this morning.
> >First paragraph '... where the waters made their own
> >thunder always, ...'
> >I am not a number I am a free person!
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