Hey, all, happy news. In an effort to break away from the Daily Cal and its hellish daily hard news style and rekindle my love for the written word, I went and pitched myself to the book editor of the East Bay Express. Lo and behold, I seem to have gotten myself a tentative assignment - a top five list of the year's best sci-fi books! Hooray! This makes me very happy for there are fewer things that are closer to my heart. Only problem is, well, I'm behind in my reading and it turnns out I haven't been keeping up with the year's science fiction nearly as much as I should have. So here's a question for you - what're some good sci fi books that have come out in 2002 that I can take a look at? Someone's already suggested Neil Gaiman's "American Gods," but I need four more titles. C'mon, give me a hand- you know I'd do the same for you...
PS. Go see "Spirited Away." It's awesome. It'll make you forget your troubles. And, if you want a scare, go see "The Ring." It's honestly the scariest thing I've seen in my entire life.
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