“The best novel I have read so far this century is The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson. It’s his first novel, and while it’s still relatively unknown here,
it is a brilliant and totally charming fable that has sold over 8 million copies in Europe since first appearing in 2009.
Robert Sheckley’s Dimenson of Miracles is not only the funniest novel to appear in the science fiction field, but created a form of humor that only worked as science fiction. Can’t be much more creative than that.
The best single novel I’ve ever read? Easy. The Last Temptation of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis — and I’m a lifelong atheist.”
— Mike Resnick, winner of five Hugo awards for his science fiction, has been nominated for the Hugo more than any other writer. For a look at Mike’s bestselling books go to www.mikeresnick.com