lhaygood at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 20:05:37 PST 2009
I have it on my "to read" list. I'll report in when I'm finished.
But... I don't think it's going to be Wolfean, at least not from the
description I read.
On Feb 12, 2009, at 9:50 PM, Joe Smulkstis wrote:
> D. Douglas Fratz, reviewing Richard Morgan's "The Steel Remains",
> But for me the best example of this subgenre can be found in the
> work of Gene Wolfe, beginning with his Book of the New Sun novels,
> fantasy novels set in a remote but very imaginable future that have
> the gritty realism of the best science fiction.
> Richard K. Morgan is clearly mining Wolfe territory, and that is
> fine territory indeed.
> Has anyone here read the book and, if so, is the reviewer's
> comparison with Wolfe accurate?
> The Kovac's novels didn't strike me as at all Wolfean.
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