Shootout Solution: Genrenauts Episode 1
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About the Author
Michael R. Underwood has circumnavigated the globe, danced the tango with legends and knows why Thibault cancels out Capo Ferro. He also rolls a mean d20. His novels include Geekomancy, Celebromancy and Shield and Crocus. He lives in Baltimore with his wife and an ever-growing library, and when he's not writing/gaming/living the dream he's the North American Sales and Marketing Manager for Angry Robot Books.He's also part of the Hugo-nominated podcast, The Skiffy and Fanty Show.
A Tardis of a novella, The Shootout Solution is packed full of ideas... The possibilities are endless... Tor.com continues to blaze a bookish trail in terms of both originality and diversity. More like this, please.
- Geek Syndicate
- Polychromantium The entire book is just FUN
- Page Turners Inc. A wonderfully executed idea that uses the strengths and background of the writer to great effect... An excellent start to an exciting series, and another highlight of Tor's novella program."
- SF Signal The Shootout Solution is Genre blending fun.
- Fangirl Nation "I enjoyed this book tremendously. Leah is a smart, savvy, snarky young woman whose character nicely balances the calm goodheartedness of Shirin, the experienced competency of King, and the attractive cockiness of Roman. They make a great team."
- Fang Fiction We like nerdy Leah and were able to immediately identify with her. She should return for many more episodes!
- Bull Spec I can see this really appealing to readers who are into browsing TV Tropes, or who liked Ready Player One but want a more satisfying experience.
- One Last Sketch The concept of Genrenauts is awesome.
- The Book Plank It's told with a light touch -- the debt to Leverage and The Librarians is obvious (and readily acknowledged), with a good dose of action, a hint of a looming catastrophe/conspiracy. There's a good deal of literary/narrative theory under-girding this whole project -- it's not as frivolous as it may seem.
- Irresponsible Reader It's got a clever, rather cool central idea. It has a plot built around that which keeps up suspense, whilst giving you a protagonist to care about, portrayed well, in a world which feels believable - perhaps by virtue of the setting for that world. I'd like to see more of all of the characters, and really, more of the setting in general, but that's more recommendation than complaint!
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