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I think the best way to describe this novel would be to call it Anne Rice—especially Interview with the Vampire and Memnoch the Devil—mixed with the movie The Librarian and the Curse of the Judas Chalice. The latter is one of my favorite movies, perhaps my favorite movie in The Librarian series, so I was destined to love this novel. I’m also pretty certain that Anne Rice fans will really connect with Clark’s work as well.
Writers and publishers have worried for years that eBooks will put print out of business. With eBook sales currently declining, is this concern still valid? Or are both formats here to stay?
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Ursula K. Le Guin was a prolific American writer, best known for her science fiction/fantasy works and use of speculative fiction for socio-political and cultural commentary. Should we avoid exposition? What effect does “show, don’t tell” have on world-building?