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antoineperso at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 14:13:34 BST 2013
Perhaps, but for me, he totally destroyed the magic and the poetry of the
Beam Piper wrote in different times, was a man of his time and his writing
reflected that. What Scalzi tried is probably great for someone of the
2010s but it doesn't have this sense of wonder. By using too much
description, he manages to shunt down the imagination of his reader, well,
at least of this reader, namely me.
On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Jeff Shultz <jeffshultz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I viewed it as a Star Trek style reboot, written by someone who wasn't
> totally in love with Campbell's "competent man." More of a "capable man."
> He definitely made Jack Holloway a more complex character. And you can't
> help but liking the dog. The Fuzzies end up being smarter too.
> Jeff Shultz
> A railfan approaches a crossing hoping for a train
> On Sep 3, 2013 4:51 AM, "Howard Brazee" <howard at brazee.net> wrote:
> > On Sep 2, 2013, at 10:31 PM, Antoine Guillaud <antoineperso at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Perhaps, but I tried his rewrite of Little fuzzy and quit in disgust
> > after 10 pages... Felt betrayed somehow
> > > Gonna have to read Old Man's war and see how it goes down.
> > That was one I had no desire to start. But I may have everything else
> > wrote, or pretty close.
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