Originally Posted by Synamon
Finally got around to reading Friday The Rabbi Slept Late by Harry Kemelman, bought earlier in the year in a movie themed sale by Rosetta Books. All the descriptions of rabbinical stuff were fascinating, I almost forgot there was a mystery to solve, which the rabbi did with aplomb. I promptly snagged the next in the series, Saturday The Rabbi... from Kobo using a 30% off promo code.
It's a great series. I have them all in paperback, but can't justify gtting them in ebook at the moment. I highly recommend them.
Originally Posted by pdurrant
Now I am reading the Analog.
Also a good issue.
Then I read Mindbridge
by Joe Haldeman, a 1976 novel published just a couple of years after The Forever War. I do wonder whether it was written before The Forever War.
It was a good read, but I prefer my SF with one impossible thing, not three or more. Wow — I bought this one over four years ago!
Next up: The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley
. A collection of shorter works.