February, 2011

DatePost TitleAuthorWorkSeries
Tue Feb 1: Telepathy and Healing: John Brunner's The Whole Man (aka Telepathist) [Post] [John Brunner] [The Whole Man]
Thu Feb 3: Relativity, sociology, and a sweet love story: Joe Haldeman's The Forever War [Post] [Joe Haldeman] [The Forever War]
Fri Feb 4: Charming, quirky, delightful: Sarah Caudwell's Hilary Tamar mysteries [Post] [Sarah Caudwell]
Sun Feb 6: Hugo Nominees: 1969 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Feb 7: How happy I am to see you: Patrick O'Brian's The Yellow Admiral [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [The Yellow Admiral] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Wed Feb 9: Absentee aliens: Frederik Pohl's Gateway [Post] [Frederik Pohl] [Gateway]
Thu Feb 10: Small wars and bigger wars: C.J. Cherryh's Rimrunners [Post] [C.J. Cherryh] [Rimrunners]
Sun Feb 13: Hugo Nominees: 1970 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Feb 14: A chill fell upon Stephen's heart: Patrick O'Brian's The Hundred Days [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [The Hundred Days] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Wed Feb 16: Who is alien? C.J. Cherryh's Cuckoo's Egg [Post] [C.J. Cherryh] [Cuckoo's Egg]
Fri Feb 18: Ghosts and second chances: Jennifer Crusie's Maybe This Time [Post] [Jennifer Crusie] [Maybe This Time]
Sun Feb 20: Hugo Nominees: 1971 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Feb 21: A fine clear deck: Patrick O'Brian's Blue at the Mizzen [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [Blue at the Mizzen] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Fri Feb 25: The work of disenchantment never ends: Kim Stanley Robinson's Icehenge [Post] [Kim Stanley Robinson] [Icehenge]
Sun Feb 27: Hugo Nominees: 1972 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Feb 28: Forever Bailing: Patrick O'Brian's last unfinished novel and the end of the Aubrey-Maturin series [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]

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