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Comments to Blackout by Connie Willis


Submitted by Skip Kirby (Aug 04, 2010)

A new, interesting variation of the time travel paradox. And this is a fun book with lots of interesting twists that kept me going through to the end. Except there wasn't an end. Only a lame "just wait until the next book" break. After hundreds of pages, I felt just like the characters - what is going on, everything I thought I knew is not true. When are publishers (and writers) going to give readers a break? Why can't (or won't) anyone write a story that has a beginning, middle and end all in one book? I am so frustrated with this situation that I may not even buy the sequel.


 


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