Thursday, November 24, 2005

New York Times 100 Notable Books of the Year Predictably Lacking Sci-fi and Fantasy

It is really no surprise that The New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2005 left off every sci-fi and fantasy novel that came out besides Half-Blood Prince, but one could hope that they could broaden their pretentious minds a little! There were tons of great books out this year by notable writers like:

Neil Gaiman: Anansi Boys

Robin Hobb: Shaman's Crossing

Doglas Preston and Lincoln Child:Dance of Death

Octavia Butler: Fledgling

and, of course,

Orson Scott Card: Shadow of the Giant and Magic Street

Just to name a few. This isn't counting the novels by lesser known and first time authors like Brandon Sanderson's Elantris and many others.

Jump on the Times forum and push the sci-fi fantasy. It is time these stuffed shirts had some fun with their reading!


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