Thursday, November 19, 2015

Tony Peak

Tony Peak is an Active Member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, and an Associate Member of the Horror Writers Association. His interests include progressive thinking, music, wine, history, Transhumanism, and planetary exploration. Happily married, he resides in rural southwest Virginia with a wonderful view of New River.

Peak's new book is Inherit the Stars.

Recently I asked the author about what he was reading. His reply:
I just started Cixin Liu’s The Dark Forest, the sequel to his Hugo Award-winning novel, The Three-Body Problem. The first book’s scientific detail, recollections of China’s turbulent past, and an ingenious first contact scenario ensured that I would read the second installment.

Before that, I completed all four books in Dan Simmons’s Hyperion Cantos, a sprawling, complex space opera that delved into poetry, the course of human evolution, malignant artificial intelligence, and the role of religion in a galactic civilization—and of course, the time-traveling, enigmatic killing machine, the Shrike.

I’m halfway through Chuck Wendig’s Star Wars: Aftermath, which has been an enjoyable and diverse return to that galaxy far, far away.
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--Marshal Zeringue