I have an extensive list of books I want to read before I die (and no, I'm not going to go into them here), and even more I can probably go without reading.
Now, I love science fiction, but it is so easy to find bad sci-fi, that I choose my books with care. The Traveler by John Twelve Hawks isn't set to be released until tomorrow, and I admit I was a little intrigued by it. I suppose I shouldn't have read how they were going to market it.
Interest in "The Traveler" can be traced partly to its editor, Jason Kaufman, who edited "The Da Vinci Code"...
And speaking of books I am not going to run out and buy...
Robert James Waller has a new novel.
"He bent her like the wind bends sienna wheat in a high plains summer," Waller overwrites, "and eventually came to know that loving Susanna Benteen took you as near to Truth as you can get without dying."
Why is it men can get away with writing like this and not have to have Fabio on the cover?