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Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi: Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki, by Amy Harlib (11/18/02)
Review.
Resonant with universal folkloric motifs yet thoroughly steeped in Miyazaki's own beloved Japanese traditions, the dazzling, weird, one-of-a-kind Spirited Away begins and ends in contemporary Japan, with an extraordinary otherworldly adventure in between.
Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep and A Deepness in the Sky, by Amy Harlib (7/9/01)
Review.
Vinge creates a genuinely new and unique concept of the nature of the galaxy in which the laws of physics vary with location. The greatest potential for intelligence lies at the edges of the galaxy, where computer-like superminds with intellects far beyond the mental capacity of any biological brain dwell.