Noted science-fiction author Linda Nagata, winner of both the Locus and Nebula Awards, recently posted a review of What The Wind Brings.

She said, “What The Wind Brings began, for me, as one of those interesting, admirable stories, but I am delighted to report that along the way it became so compelling that I shifted my daily schedule around to find more time to read.”

I like “compelling.”  And I like the idea that my book can grab the attention of a sophisticated reader.  After all, it’s a story I thought about for more than forty years before writing it.  It really is my magnum opus.

You can read the opening here: