Can you really tell a story backwards and have the viewer still able to follow it. Memento succeeds, amazingly.
Fascinatingly odd. One of my sons was very keen to watch this and went out and bought after we rented it together. Definitely odd, but so intriguing I couldn't wait to watch it again.
One of the reasons I like dystopian novels. She definitely makes you think about things well telling a well-drawn tale.
I didn't get hooked on this series till I read the last one, but now I love them all.
Fascinating. I love the way she created the world without long chunks of history and explanation.
One of the first HG Wells books I read, then I went out and bought more. Not modern, but definitely intriguing.
Reread this when my kids had to read it in school and remember why I liked it so much.
Still one of my son's favorites, and one I'm really glad we both got to read. Fascinating ability to think and write movement in three dimensions.
I saw the movie before reading the book. The book was better--more logical, more self-consistent, and a much better ending.
She has the knack of turning religious preconceptions on their head in a delightful way, without turning readers on their heads.
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