John Scalzi’s new book is out. Being a Sci-Fi movie geek, I’ve already one-clicked. I read Scalzi’s Old Man’s War and Agent to the Stars in single sittings because I couldn’t put them down. The Ghost Brigades, the sequel to Old Man’s War, comes out early next year. In addition, Subterranean Press is releasing Questions for a Soldier, a limited edition chapbook set in the Old Man’s War universe. Good stuff.
John Scalzi and The Rough Guide to Sci-Fi Movies
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Wow the book sounds pretty interesting. The history of Sci Fi alone would be a good read. I spent most of my early years enjoy horror and comedy films. It wasn’t till the later years of Star Trek TNG that I got into Sci Fi movies. I love them now! Hmmm maybe while I’m at the book store I’ll pick up Just a Geek. 😉
No, “Agent to the Stars” is Scalzi’s debut “shareware novel”; Tor bought his second, “Old Man’s War”.