More fluff

Posted: May 25, 2005 at 7:48 pm in scifi

A couple more books from my mindless fluff library trip.

Broken Angels, by Richard K. Morgan. Cyberpunk-y novel about a far future where personalities are downloadable into different human bodies, essentially making people immortal. Not too thrilling. But I read it anyway, because it was from the library and therefore free.

Astro City Vol. 1: Life in the Big City, by Kurt Busiek. A graphic novel collection of a comic that I’ve heard good things about. Busiek is subverting the superhero comic by examining what the rest of the people living in a city with superheroes would feel and how they would react. It’s kind of an interesting take on things, but not too compelling.

One Response to “More fluff”

  1. DVD Movie World Says:

    More fluff

    [Source: The Rantings of Eric Nehrlich] quoted: A couple more books from my mindless fluff library trip. Broken Angels, by Richard K. Morgan. Cyberpunk-y novel about a far future where personalities are downloadable into different human bodies, essenti…

Leave a Reply

RSS feed

LinkedIn profile

Twitter

More thoughts on whether @amandapalmer 's model of asking scales to other artists and disciplines: nehrlich.com/blog/2015/02/2…

Recent Posts

  • Does Amanda Palmer’s model of asking scale?
  • The Art of Asking, by Amanda Palmer
  • Dan Pallotta’s TED talk “The way we think about charities is dead wrong”
  • Stewart Brand and Paul Saffo at the Interval
  • One step at a time
  • Random Posts

  • Deconstructing Sweet Home Alabama
  • More links
  • The Wrath of Richard Feynman
  • Call your shot
  • Mercedes sucks more


  • Archives

  • Categories