I hadn’t seen this. I’ll be looking for it.
Lately I’ve been doing more re-reading than anything, mostly later Heinlein novels (last read twenty years ago) as a friend just discovered them. I finally noticed that Heinlein was about three years older than my grandfather. Kinda threw me for a loop. “Papa could have been thinking about the world like that?”
Just started “The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove” by Christopher Moore. I thought I’d read everything, but this one seems to have gotten lost in the shuffle.
After that, “Monster” by A. Lee Martinez. It’ll be the sixth I’ve read by him and I cannot recommend his work enough. Every book is a new experience. Light, smart, funny and each book a complete departure from the ones before. Werewolves and witches and ogres. An automated noir detective. A Sorcerer’s slave. Interesting stuff, and funny. The first is “Gil’s All-Fright Diner”, but they can be read in any order.