By Adam Roberts | June 16, 2009
Categories: Book News
Rich Puchalsky, over on his blog, reports reading Yellow Blue Tibia with a temperature of 101. He thinks it 'an amusing book that people should read', but doesn't actually like it: 'it's the wrong book for me, right now.' One of the things I love about Rich's writing (and, despite the fact that he does have his own blog, that writing is mostly to be found in the fugitive pieces of comments on other people's blogs) is the way he is intellectually incapable of fundamentalism; his mind works dialectically, in creative opposition to other peoples' and even to his own positions and beliefs. Which is a roundabout way of saying that this is one of the nicest negative reviews I've ever had.