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InterWorld by Neil Gaiman
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Jun 22, 08

bookshelves: sci-fi, 2008, fantasy, books-my-son-liked, young-adult
Recommended for: Teen Boys and Sci-Fi/Fantasy Geeks
Read in June, 2008

I must be a real geek. I laughed my butt off at the phrase "opposition is unproductive." Only a real Star Trek geek would have been able to translate that to "resistance is futile." I'm in no way sure what "InterWorld" is. It's part science fiction, part fantasy, part allusion to all things in geekdom. Take some of "Ender's Game" and mix it up with "Neverwhere." Toss in some Star Trek, some Twilight Zone, and some Wizard of Oz for fun. I started this book at dinnertime last night and it's almost lunch time now. I stayed up too late; I overslept; and I missed church because of this book. Whatever this book is, it's terrific.n Best of all, I can hand it to my son without worrying about him asking me why I gave him a book with "adult situations" in it.

It's really hard finding books that appeal to young teen boys who are no longer into fantasy that includes dragons and wizards. I think this book fills a niche that really needs to be filled.
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Cami Don't know you but YES I laughed so hard at opposition is unproductive. Geekery rules!


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