JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,

Recreational reading

Have just finished H. Beam Piper's Junkyard Planet ... like all Piper's works, a very good read with a great deal of story packed into very few words. So nice that a few small presses are making it possible for next generations to read these classic authors and titles. Made an interesting contrast to my recently-read copies of Selina Rosen's Drewcila Qwah books ... both tales are about the rebuilding of post-war depression economies, but in very ***ahem*** different styles. Yet at the same time coming very close in their descriptions of and methods of dealing with human attitudes, behaviours, and beliefs. Some problems really do have only one solution ... scam 'em and make 'em successful despite themselves. ;-)
Tags: reading

  • Fibre things

    Still here, work still closed to the public and on 4-day weeks, though for May we've switched to closed on Mondays instead of on Fridays. I'm still…

  • Life in the great indoors

    Work has gone to a four-day work week for April (closed on Fridays) and May (closed on Mondays) and we're all encouraged to work at home whenever…

  • From the Cataloguer's Desktop

    The book notes have been piling up so I finally got 'round to posting a new title list over at catdesk … enjoy!!! This entry was…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.