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Connie Willis
Connie Willis is the award winning author of Doomsday Book, Passage, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Bellwether, and Blackout/All Clear. Connie has been awarded 11 Hugo Awards, 11 Locus Poll Awards and 8 Nebula Awards. Her stories have an epic feel to them and range from laugh out loud funny to deadly... show more
Connie Willis is the award winning author of Doomsday Book, Passage, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Bellwether, and Blackout/All Clear. Connie has been awarded 11 Hugo Awards, 11 Locus Poll Awards and 8 Nebula Awards. Her stories have an epic feel to them and range from laugh out loud funny to deadly serious. The first half of her newest novel, Blackout, was published in February 2010 with the second half, All Clear, was published in October, 2010.
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Birth date: 1945-12-31
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Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 2 months ago
Part Victorian comedy of manners, part mystery novel, part time travel adventure, this is one of the oddest science fiction novels out there. If your idea of SF starts and ends with space ships shooting lasers at each other, you will be very surprised by To Say Nothing of the Dog, a time travel stor...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
DESCRIPTION: "Theodora Baumgarten has just been selected as an IASA space cadet, and therein lies the problem. She didn't apply for the ultra-coveted posting, and doesn't relish spending years aboard the ship to which she's been assigned. But the plucky young heroine, in true Heinlein fashion, has ...
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it 1 year ago
This book is too long, too slow moving and almost half of the book didnĀ“t work for me. And yet I really loved this book in the end. Kivrin Engle is a time traveller, sent back to the middle ages to study the people and their living. But something goes horribly wrong and she arrives at the right pl...
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Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 1 year ago
For Kivrin, preparing an on-site study of one of the deadliest eras in humanity's history was as simple as receiving inoculations against the diseases of the fourteenth century and inventing an alibi for a woman traveling alone. For her instructors in the twenty-first century, it meant painstaking c...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 2 years ago
I've just re-read Connie Willis' 1997 novella "Bellwether" and enjoyed it tremendously. I first read it about twenty years ago, when Chaos Theory was still relatively new to non-mathematicians like me, and what I remember most is how exciting I found the ideas around the relationship between chaos...
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