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John Scalzi
John Scalzi writes books, which, considering where you're reading this, makes perfect sense. He's best known for writing science fiction, including the New York Times bestseller "Redshirts," which won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. He also writes non-fiction, on subjects ranging from personal... show more



John Scalzi writes books, which, considering where you're reading this, makes perfect sense. He's best known for writing science fiction, including the New York Times bestseller "Redshirts," which won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. He also writes non-fiction, on subjects ranging from personal finance to astronomy to film, was the Creative Consultant for the Stargate: Universe television series. He enjoys pie, as should all right thinking people. You can get to his blog by typing the word "Whatever" into Google. No, seriously, try it.

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A sputtering start (two protagonists introduced and killed off inside 50p) gives way to a servicable, somewhat (absurdly) humourous 'friller that will at least keep the pages turning. Some of it is surprising, some of it predictable and the exposition could be handled better, but if you liked Redshi...
Portable Magic
Portable Magic rated it 1 month ago
Okay, maybe not objectively 5 stars, but this book was just exactly what I needed right now. It's a little silly on the surface, but the goofy premise and light humor and bantering dialogue camouflage some serious themes, one of which surprise-smacked me in the face towards the end. Because it was t...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 6 months ago
I took my Christmas book credit and spent a tiny bit of it on a Christmas book. In part, because I really like Scalzi and I enjoy rereading him. And also in part because I couldn't get at my other Christmas books this year, which I think left me rather lacking in seasonal cheer. It has been a season...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 9 months ago
This was a fantastic sequel to Lock In. Crime, mystery, suspense, humor and a little scifi. Scalzi is an incredible story teller. I really like the characters and the story held my attention. Two favorite parts: 1) Wheaton is a phenomenal narrator. I would listen to most things he narrated. 2...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 10 months ago
This was an odd one, but not in a bad way. Zachary Quinto narrated this (almost) chilling tale about death by murder not being permanent. Somehow someone stumbled upon this fact. Death by suicide, accident, natural causes are normal deaths. If a person is murdered, 99% of the time their murdere...
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