More book shopping

Today, my mother and I hit the remaining used book stores that we knew about. That was largely a wash, so we decided to drop by Barnes and Noble, and as this was the first time in a while I'd been in a large bookstore with my list, I of course picked up a few other things.

Here's the latest set:

Richard Adams -- Shardik (sff)
Margaret Atwood -- Cat's Eye (sff)
Octavia E. Butler -- Parable of the Talents (sff)
Orson Scott Card -- Shadow of the Hegemon (sff)
William Gibson -- All Tomorrow's Parties (sff)
Tanya Huff -- Blood Price (sff)
Mercedes Lackey -- Exile's Honor (sff)
Robert Charles Wilson -- Blind Lake (sff)

The first two were the ones that I found used. I'm rather behind on reading Valdemar novels, but I know I'll enjoy them eventually so I buy them up anyway.

Posted: 2004-07-08 18:24 — Why no comments?

Have you picked William Gibson's _Pattern Recognition_ up yet? I think it's one of his best books, possibly because the super-high-tech element isn't the star of the story for once (though it still plays a big role).

Posted by Joanna at 2004-07-09 08:28

I haven't grabbed that one yet, although it's definitely on my want list.

Posted by eagle at 2004-07-09 19:07

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