Greg L. Johnson’s Best of 2007

Greg L. Johnson of SFSite has posted his best of 2007 — his top ten books of the year, and Bright of the Sky came in #1! He says the book “lies somewhere between Gene Wolfe’s The Book of the Sun and Karl Schroeder’s Ventus, and was, for me, the one book of the year that, once I started reading, was impossible to put down.”

Others were: #2, Brasyl (Ian Mc Donald), #3, In War Times (Kathleen Ann Goonan), #4 Sixty Days and Counting (Kim Stanley Robinson) and #5 Territory (Emma Bull).

Complete list here.

8 Responses

  1. tbclone47 says:

    Woo-hoo, Kay! Nice. 🙂

  2. beldon says:

    Congrats! That’s some nice company you’re in (not to mention on top of)!

    Guess I should hurry to finish the first one, then before the new one comes out and classes start.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nice Job

    Congrats Kay! That’s really awesome!

    -brad

  4. Kay says:

    Well, it is just one person’s opinion, and no way is the book better than Brasyl, but I’ll take it!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Got my interest…

    at Fat Tuesday get together so I had to drop by and see your site and material. Impressive and interesting!
    Best Regards
    Perrin

  6. Kay says:

    Re: Got my interest…

    Thanks, Perrin! You can tell the partiers from the politicos; most people were glued to Super Tuesday TV. I think we had a better time!

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