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I’m going to put up a great big SPOILERS headline here, so proceed at your own discretion.

I thought it would be nice to have a dedicated forum for discussing my books, and which of them people liked best and which they liked least, so I thought I’d throw up a test balloon right here and see what kind of traction it gets.

 

Basically this article and its comments section are all about my books, criticism of them, praise of them, or any other comments you might want to make regarding my writing.  I don’t want to put too much restriction on subjects here, though I would say that if too many spoilers come out then I’ll probably end up making new posts for each individual book just to keep too much cross-contamination from taking place for readers who haven’t had a chance to go through my entire catalogue just yet 😉

 

So the floor is yours.  Which of my books do you like best, or least, and why?  Are there any lingering questions you’ve got about a specific character, sub-plot, or other element of my series’?  Let me know in the comments section!

 

And again, SPOILER ALERT applies to all comments in this post.  So read at your own discretion!

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2 Comments

  1. I’ll go ahead and start 😉

    The story I like best is The Chimera Adjustment, definitely, and it’s mostly because of the characters. There are two in particular that really speak to me: Jericho and Eve. Masozi is definitely someone I relate to, but it’s more of a cognitive relation and less a personal one. Jericho is the kind of guy I think most of us want to have on our team, but don’t necessarily want to go out for pizza and beer with after the game. Eve…she’s just a crack-up. She’s who I would be if my muse and wit never left their perches on my shoulders (and if I was a virtual girl, obviously).

  2. I think the story I like least is The Forge of Men. It’s really restrictive writing in shared universes, and even though I’ve got plenty of experience doing it, it’s REALLY hard to make a backstory interesting without blowing the lid off of future plot reveals. I love Nikomedes to death as a character, and again I feel quite a bit of kinship with him on several levels, but I’ve never been able to make his story about HIM like I wanted to.

Let me know what you think!