Table of Contents | 11 September 2000
After the divorce, my wife said she didn't know who or what she wanted to be. When I heard that she had become a toaster, I felt vindicated.
As a feminist, I'm not often insulted or offended by the treatment of female characters in modern fantasy fiction, but I'm not often impressed by their depth and realism, either. Gil Patterson and Jenny Waynest, as well as others of Hambly's characters, have provided me with consistently compelling and rewarding reading.
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