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by Connie Willis
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Kaethe rated it 2 years ago
1/1/19966/26/200009/26/2016Four days ago I wrote a really touching and lengthy review of this book, all about how Willis makes me cry, but it feels earned, and how she is brilliant at portraying a busy work day, and the way some part of the hospital is always closed off, and some part is always bein...
Thoughts of a nerdy feminist
Thoughts of a nerdy feminist rated it 3 years ago
This book was really heavy. At first I didn't think so. At first I really felt as if I was putting together pieces of a puzzle, along with the main character, trying to solve a mystery. And then about three quarters of the way through the book, something happened that I really did not expect. I ...
Reading with cats
Reading with cats rated it 5 years ago
Nope, couldn't do it.
Tangled Bookmarks
Tangled Bookmarks rated it 6 years ago
This came really really close to ending up in my "gave up on" shelf. I tried so hard to like it, I really did. Many times I'd tell myself that was it, I wasn't going to continue, and the ONLY reason I did finish it, is because it was Connie Willis. If this had been the first book I read by her, it w...
Readundant rated it 7 years ago
This book is kind of a beautiful mess. I can think of few other authors with the equal ability to drive me absolutely insane and keep me reading, usually with a lump in my throat. This is my third Connie Willis novel. To Say Nothing of the Dog is one of my favorite books of all time, a comedic farce...
Clouds' Cloudscapes
Clouds' Cloudscapes rated it 7 years ago
Christmas 2010: I realised that I had got stuck in a rut. I was re-reading old favourites again and again, waiting for a few trusted authors to release new works. Something had to be done.On the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge, to read every book to have won the Locus Sci-Fi award. That’...
tien rated it 7 years ago
It started with a really interesting idea of scientists exploring NDE (that's Near Death Experience) and how it's probably some kind of survival mode of the brain (or something to that effect) when the body is shutting down. Approximately halfway through, my thought was "how ridiculous..." and not ...
Listening to the Silence
Listening to the Silence rated it 8 years ago
Passage by Connie Willis4 Stars594 PagesDr. Joanna Lander is a psychologist at Denver's Mercy General who specializes in the study of near-death experiences. And she's not the only one. There is also Dr. Mandrake, a best-selling author of spiritual books meant to convince people of the reality of th...
Dichotomygirl rated it 10 years ago
3.5 Stars
altheaann rated it 10 years ago
Connie Willis excels at meshing humorously satirical commentary on interpersonal relationships with insights into the human condition that are so true they almost hurt. In 'Passage,' Joanna Lander is a researcher at a large hospital investigating near-death experiences. Her work is complicated by th...
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