The Space Opera Continues
I'm beginning to suspect that Peter F. Hamilton may be my all-time favorite author. Yesterday I finished Judas Unchained, the sequel to Pandora's Star, and I'm still all involved with the stories and the characters. I think about his books for ages after I'm done reading them.... Of course, they're epics in page count as well as scope, but this one was especially satisfying because I got through all 900-some-odd pages in about a week. Talk about immersion! Gotta love those holidays....
(In case you're wondering how I've read it when it's not released til the end of next month, well, the MO is very clever as well as devastatingly sexy and he bought it for me from amazon.uk, where it had already been released. And just what is up with that, I'd like to know? Haven't we been waiting long enough over here on this side of the pond?)
Anyhow, all Peter F. Hamilton books hereupon even more highly recommended. But only if you don't mind cutting back on sleep, because you will turn the pages long past your bedtime, night after night, until you're done.
Apropos of not much of anything, ya know what I want? Links on links. Like nesting parentheses. So you can put an href on a title in an href.... Etc.