Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Six books that explore the SF/F side of Hollywood

At the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog Nicole Hill tagged six top novels that explore the stranger, more fantastical, science fictional side of Hollywood, including:
Made to Kill, by Adam Christopher

Raymond Chandler meets robots, because it’s 2016 and the world is full of wonders. Raymond Electromatic is the last robot on the planet. He’s also a hitman fronting as a detective, with a super-computer front office gal who feeds him jobs. Like I said, full of wonders. When his latest client waltzes through the door, he gets enveloped not only in actress-on-actor violence, but also some high-level Cold War chicanery. Unraveling these threads becomes all the more difficult given Ray’s 24-hour memory-tape limits.
Read about another entry on the list.

The Page 69 Test: Made to Kill.

My Book, The Movie: Made to Kill.

--Marshal Zeringue