- Ever year I set a goal to read 50 books 📚. Here's what I've read so far as I near the halfway mark (with a thumbs up if I'd recommend the book to a friend)! I've queued up Walter Benjamin, LeGuin, Frank Herbert, Michael Lewis, Celeste Ng, Dostoevsky. What else should I read? https://t.co/WENcdh8T55
- I can’t recommend this book enough. I hope everyone reads it because it's THAT GOOD, and also so we can talk about it. 🙂 https://t.co/EeBUvH9BY4
- It’s called “The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories” by Ken Liu, who was the translator of the English edition of “The Three Body Problem,” but who is also a brilliant science fiction and fantasy writer (and a daytime lawyer and programmer.) THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD, people.
Ken Liu is one of the most original, thought-provoking and award-winning short-story writers of his generation. This is the first collection of his work - sixteen stories that invoke the magical within the mundane, by turns profound, beguiling and heartbreaking. Included here are: The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary (Finalist for Hugo, Nebula, and Sturgeon Awards), Mono No Aware (Hugo Award winner), The Waves (Nebula Award finalist), The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species (Nebula and Sturgeon award finalists), All the Flavors (Nebula Award finalist), The Litigation Master and the Monkey King (Nebula Award finalist) ,and the most awarded story in the genre's history, The Paper Menagerie (the only story ever to win the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy awards).