How are his novels? I hear he was a sci-fi writer, part of the 'New Wave'. I'v never seen his books of the sci-fi section of the bookstore though. They're always in the Fiction & Literature section. And i can kinda see why, he's not like other sci-fi/fantasy writers of his time, he seems much more literary from what i can tell. The books i bought are 'The Drowned World', 'The Atrocity Exhibition', and 'Kingdom Come'. I have not read them yet but will very soon. In the meantime i'd like to hear what others here think of them. How are they? And i wouldn't mind hearing what other authors you would compare him to.