Jun. 6th, 2009

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Perhaps I wasn't in the right mood for Jonathan Morris's Tomorrow Windows. Or maybe it's a question of scale; extreme silliness is easier to accept when it's localised, rather than spanning a multi-galactic civilization surrounding present-day Earth. In any case, my disbelief was insufficiently suspended for large chunks of the book, which really didn't feel like it could be taking place in the same universe as previous DW stories. A pity, since I did enjoy his previous books, Festival of Death and Anachrophobia.

spoilers for The Tomorrow Windows )

It's not necessarily a bad book, but you really need to check your skepticism at the door to appreciate it.

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