Books by Connie Willis

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Bellwether

Originally published in 1991, Connie Willis' Bellwether is a book about patterns; how and why things come to pass in our lives. Dr. Sandra Foster is a statistician studying fads at a Boulder think-tank called Hi-Tek, but her lack of success is discouraging: she cannot come up with the cause of the h ...

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Uncharted Territory

Connie Willis has received several Hugo and Nebula awards for her skillful writing and she's got two previous DIK reviews on AAR. Uncharted Territory is different in tone from both Doomsday Book and To Say Nothing Of The Dog but no less intelligent. Findriddy and Carson are explorers who boldl ...

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Doomsday Book

When I read Connie Willis's To Say Nothing of the Dog two years ago, I knew I'd have to read all her other books as well. It's taken some time, but I finally read the fascinating Doomsday Book, which is every bit as good as TSNOTD, although it is completely different in tone. Doomsday Book was ...

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To Say Nothing of the Dog

Are you tired of time travel books involving magic rings, rocks, staircases, graves, coins, or mirrors? Are you a Star Trek fan who wonders how all those romance time travelers affect the space-time continuum? If the average time travel romance leaves you unsatisfied, To Say Nothing of the Dog is th ...