Are we going to set a date for finishing this book? I've been thinking that may be the best way to move forward. Especially since I just got a lovely package of Rohmer paperbacks -- thanks Brian, and your "supplier" -- and it's kind of daunting, and it occurs to me that these are the easy ones.
I also never appreciated that so many of them fit together, like Foundation crossed with "A Visit to Ottawa, Our Capitol."
One of the paperbacks has a blurb on the back from an executive at Eatons. So you know it's good.
I need to talk about the plot changing direction in Exxoneration, but I don't know where you guys are in the book. If you're still in the first part, where it's moving along so nicely, with the war and everything, before he just sort of loses interest in that, and decides it's really about PetroCanada buying Exxon. I'm not getting any sleep tonight!