Sunday, August 17, 2014

The 2014 Hugo Award Winners

The 2014 Hugo Award Winners 

6 comments:

Rick Robinson said...

I found Ancillary Justice nearly unreadable. Though it somehow became the darling of the critics, and now, a Hugo.

Unknown said...

I've been trying to decide whether to take a chance on it. I'm not encouraged.

George said...

“Equoid” by Charles Stross is a story about The Laundry (H. P. Lovecraft meets James Bond). The Subterranean Press edition is sold out. Hopefully, there will be a mass market edition.

Unknown said...

I wish I liked Stross' work better than I do.

Anonymous said...

Equoid is available at tor.com for free

http://www.tor.com/stories/2013/09/equoid

Steve Oerkfitz said...

Richard-I also found Ancillary Justice unreadable-gave up at about 100 pages.