Thursday, May 24, 2007

Dry Ice by Stephen White

Published in 2007. 402 pages.

The latest in the Alan Gregory series, this one did not disappoint me in any way.

The significance of the title comes into play in two ways, one of which I was recently reading about with my eight-year-old son: the process of sublimation, whereby something goes from a solid state to a gas without melting down - like dry ice does. It's an interesting metaphor to explore.

Check out Stephen White's website here.


Update: Dewey interviewed me about this book - which was great fun. You can read the interview here.

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