Linda Nagata Message Board

R.Robbins posts on 4/11/2010 8:58:21 AM Just read the book "Memory"by Linda Nagata.Couldn't put it down.wish I had someone to tell that cares.But that is why I read,because I have no one to tell anything to,and books are a wonderful escape.Thankyou for this great story.
Clyde Small posts on 11/20/2009 1:04:02 PM I've just read The Bohr Maker. Once in a while we find a book that we just can't put down. This was one of those for me. Thank you Linda Nagata. Clyde Small
Frank H Ripley posts on 7/14/2005 5:23:05 PM In 1989 I worked for a while in Berkeley for "Survey Research..." on an AIDS project. When I first read Bohr Maker, in '95, I immediately thought of IT as a tpye of gene-gineering virus with remarkable regerational properties. Perhaps such nano-biology is too scary for people to think about, since I've never heard of such a notion in SF & Fantasy.... i'm a compulsive fan of this stuff since 1952.

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