The title might lead you to believe one thing about the main cha. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, including “Fire Watch,” Blackout, and All Clear. Be the first to ask a question about Jack. I still like Connie Willis but I don't like this. Connie Willis. $20.00. This isn’t a very long story, and not my most favorite story that Connie Willis has written, but still I enjoyed it very much. Other than that, the writing is perfectly decent, there’s a good amount of details to bring the era to life with all its danger and devastation, so on a historical fiction level it certainly works. This is my second read by the author and I’m yet to find myself in love, so far it’s just middle level like all the way. Probably one of her better short stories. The characters are all well drawn and each is given his or her own place in the chaos that surrounds them. Customers Also Bought Items By This book is so well written, it feels longer than it is! Set during the same time as some of the author’s other longer works, this is a story about rescue workers during WWII in London, England. The all pervasive stress and strain of hoping to find survivors, rather than corpses. Thanks to Netgalley for giving me this ARC to review. Perhaps Connie Willis' best short story. She has won eleven Hugo Awards and seven Nebula Awards, including Hugo Best Novel for Blackout/All Clear in 2010. New volunteer (Jack) has an uncanny ability to find survivors in the rubble. So yeah, a good enough quick read. Connie Willis returns to the well she has drawn from so successfully in the past .... the angst that the English incurred during the World War II Blitz of London .... including the gems: All Clear, Blackout, and Fire Watch. Along comes volunteer Jack Harker, who joins Mrs Lucy's rescue team during the evening, only to quickly depart before dawn, to return to his mysterious "regular" job. It wasn't until the next day that the implication of the ending and the reference struck me. First published in 1991; published by Subterranean Press on April 30, 2020. Or so his colleague suspects and tries to figure out. To see what your friends thought of this book, “Sometimes it takes something dreadful like a war for one to find one’s proper job.”. This is quite good. About Connie Willis Connie Willis is an established author of many science fiction books, including THE DOOMSDAY BOOK, and winner of both the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award for best sf novel. An atmospheric little novella, well worth the read if you are a Willis fan. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published In the story, a man named Jack Harker narrates, another Jack joins the close-knit group to help rescue people buried in the rubble of constant bombings. Jack by Subterranean Press Ships from US Supplier Other information: Illustrated Related Searches: Connie Willis Books, Jack Science Fiction, Subterranean Press Books Format: Hardcover Dimensions: 21.08 x 13.21 x 1.52 centimeters Weight: 0.23 kg New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World … Constance Elaine Trimmer Willis has won, among other accolades, ten Hugo Awards and six Nebula Awards for her writing, and was recently named an SFWA Grand Master. Constance Elaine Trimmer Willis is an American science fiction writer. On trial for murder? Jack by Connie Willis. So was the Luftwaffe. This is my second read by the author and I’m yet to find myself in love, so far it’s just middle level like all the way. See all 8 - … : All About Emily (a robot wants to be a Rockette at Radio City Music Hall); and I Met a Traveller in an Antique Land (discovering a repository for otherwise lost books, millions of them, under New York City). You begin to put yourself in the shoes of the protagonist, evoking rage and fear and helplessness and hopefulness all at once. Was Jack really a vampire? So here are me honest musings . Subterranean Press is re-releasing this story in a special collector's edition, with the usual high-end quality and illustrations they are famous for. Is this paranoia brought on by lack of sleep and stress or something more sinister? Yep. Ahoy there me mateys! Jack by Connie Willis-This is a novella, first published in 1991, in Willis's Blackout story line, following a group of volunteer wardens during the London Blitz of World War Two. item 7 Jack by Connie Willis: New 7 - Jack by Connie Willis: New. Note: These copies are distributor returns, and as such may have various dings and blemishes. I am kind of giving up on Connie Willis, alas. Skip to main content.sg. She has won numerous prestigious awards for her particular works, including 7 Nebula Awards and 11 Hugo Awards. See where this is heading? She is one of the most honored science fiction writers of the 1980s and 1990s. It also includes some interesting points about war and its effect on people, and is more subtle than normal Willis stories. Jack: Willis, Connie: Amazon.sg: Books. [Spoiler alert for what follows.] The sleepless stress of the job is hard on everyone. A novella originally published as part of Impossible Things and later The Winds of Marble Arch and Other Stories before Subterranean published it on its own Jack continues Connie Willis's fascination with WWII London and fantasy. Soon, Jack is in high demand, due to an, During the height of the Blitz in London, the air raid rescue squad operating out of Mrs. Lucy’s house is close-knit and ever-watchful. Refresh and try again. Regular Price: Jack Connie Willis Nominated for Hugo and Nebula awards for Best Novella in 1992. I missed the allusions to Dracula upon first reading, I just enjoyed this novella for what it was. Connie Willis is one of the established American authors who likes to write her novels based on the fantasy and science fiction genres. The novella format was perfect for the level of interest and emotional engagement for me. Originally published in 1991, this novella was nominated for Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards, and has been reprinted several times since. Jack by Connie Willis-This is a novella, first published in 1991, in Will It’s just the Jack in Jack that’s underwhelming somewhat (possibly due to my person indifference to his specific kind of being…to say more would be too much), possibly because he is by far the most interesting character in the story, but somehow not the main one, in fact all we know of him is what is being observed and speculated by his coworker. The novella format was perfect for the level of interest and emotional engagement for me. Author Willis is believed to have won more prestigious than any other author. It follows some other short works that seemed to me little better, e.g. It's a lovely and moving and slightly creepy story, and it's a must-have for any fan of the series as a whole. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, including “Fire Watch,” Blackout, and All Clear. Free shipping. I am a great fan of Connie Willis: loved Doomsday Book and Passage in particular. When Jack Settle, a new volunteer, becomes part of the team, it becomes obvious that he has a knack for locating victims, raising the suspicions of another warden. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It a strong level of historical detail and it is quite well written. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, including “Fire Watch,” Blackout, and All Clear. Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 8:40AM. First published in 1991; published by Subterranean Press on April 30, 2020. Prime. $27.84. The sirens still hadn’t gone by eight o’clock. All rights reserved. chap: Jon Foster: Impossible Things: date unknown: Connie Willis: Bantam Spectra: 0-553-56436-6: $5.99: xiv+ 461 pb? So was the Luftwaffe. Unsolicited space travel? Connie Willis' novella, Jack, first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction in 1991, and has been reprinted several times since, although I am pretty sure I hadn't read it before.Set during the London Blitz, the first assumption would be it's part of her Oxford Time Travel series, but something different is … Hello Select your address Best Sellers Today's Deals New Releases Books Electronics Customer Service Gift Ideas Home Computers Gift Cards Sell I am leaving my honest opinion. Connie Willis is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. I missed the allusions to Dracula upon first reading, I just enjoyed this novella for what it was. I would recommend this to other Connie Willis fans. We’d love your help. When a new volunteer named Jack shows up, his odd behavior—not eating, disappearing during the day for a mysterious job—isn’t concerning at first. That said, this is Connie Willis-lite at best. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Along comes volunteer Jack Harker, who joins Mrs Lucy's rescue team during the ev. The readers will probably figure out Jack’s deal even sooner, the author makes it entirely too obvious, the clues are bullet train sized and just as subtle, where more subtlety might have actually made for a more exciting and surprising narrative. I love Connie Willis' work. This entry was posted in Events, Updates. The sleepless stress of the job is hard on everyone. Nominated for both a Hugo and a Nebula, Jack is a novella by the incomparable Connie Willis that Subterranean Press has reissued in a signed, limited edition. I wish I could have discovered it on my own. [Spoiler alert for what follows.] Originally published in 1991, this novella was nominated for Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards, and has been reprinted several times since. "During the height of the Blitz in London, the air raid rescue squad operating out of Mrs. Lucy's house is close-knit and ever-watchful. : All About Emily (a robot wants to be a Rockette at Radio City Music Hall); and I Met a Traveller in an Antique Land (discovering a repository for otherwise lost books, millions of them, under New York City). The upcoming hardcover edition from Subterranean Press is the only option to select for this, but I just read an e-ARC through Net Galley, and I'll bet official e-books will be released by the end of the month or shortly after. All Hello, Sign in. The many allusions to Dracula make it clear early on what the mystery man's secret is, but Willis goes far beyond the standard vampire tale; her characters are vivid and the depictions of the Blitz are harrowing. April 30th 2020 . And you already now know everything you need to know without even having to read the book. This new Jack has an uncanny ability of finding people still alive underneath the debris, but can only assist them during the night and quickly disappears at daylight, leading the narrator Jack to suspect the new Jack's true intentions. Last one +$3.99 shipping. I always enjoy Connie Willis, and this novella is no exception. Connie Willis' 1991 classic is a must-read for anyone who considers themselves a fan of science fiction and historical fiction. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis's surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella "Jack," a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, … This new Jack has an uncanny ability of finding people still alive underneath the debris, but can only assist them during the night and quickly disappears at daylight. It was very well written and very well thought out. I am a great fan of Connie Willis: loved Doomsday Book and Passage in particular. Jack has an uncanny and unbelievable knack of finding survivors buried beneath the rubble ... undetectable to any other. Hardcover. During the height of the Blitz in London, the air raid rescue squad operating out of Mrs. Lucy’s house is close-knit and ever-watchful. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. When a new volunteer named Jack shows up, his odd behavior—not eating, disappearing during the day for a mysterious job—isn’t concerning at first. I do offer a word of advice for people wanting to read it: don't read reviews. Connie Willis is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. A slim book which packs a hell of a punch! The writing is perfectly nice, but the story itself just didn’t really grab me. The real title of the story is "What has the war done for us". Set, like several of her books, during the Battle of Britain, the plot centers on a new volunteer with a unit of the air raid rescue squad. The all pervasive stress and strain of hoping to find survivors, rather than corpses. Willis' novels showcase the comedy of manner style of writing and often feature time travel, which are informally referred to as the Time Travel series. He is often seen bending over the rescued on their stretchers for no obvious reason (some of whom we learn die after rescue from blood loss). Loved it! She lives in Greeley, Colorado with her husband Courtney Willis, a professor of physics at … This short novella set in London in WWII with their version of emergency responders has some familiar names that you slowly start recognizing with dawning horror. but even her minor works are excellent. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I love Connie Willis and had never read Jack, which was just reissued. The sirens still hadn't gone by eight o'clock. She doesn’t give any direct answers to the questions that the reader may have, but she leaves bread crumbs as clues. Set during WWII, this moody novella follows ARP wardens as they attempt to rescue civilians after the bombings. It's wonderful to see this delightful novella in Willis' Oxford Time Travel series in print again. It follows some other short works that seemed to me little better, e.g. Is this paranoia brought on by lack of sleep and stress or something more sinister? Thanks Netgalley. Check. I just returned from attending the Jack Williamson Lectureship, which I’ve gone to for over fifteen years. Willis' novels showcase the comedy of manner style of writing and often feature time travel, which are informally referred to as the Time Travel series. Good Minds Suggest: Connie Willis's Favorite "In Over Their Heads" Books. Paperback. The Good: WWII, bombs, and an unlikely suspect digging up survivors. I received a free copy of this book. Definitely a quick read that everyone should enjoy, fan of SF or not. But how does he do it? If you're a Willis reader, or just want to revisit a celebrated novella, this edition is for you. Set during WWII, this moody novella follows ARP wardens as they attempt to rescue civilians after the bombings. In two of those cases the anthology titles would spoil the revelation. That said, this is Connie Willis-lite at best. Welcome back. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, including “Fire Watch,” Blackout, and All Clear. Strange, unsettling, and thoroughly engrossing, this twisted tale will captivate horror and fantasy readers.”. The upcoming hardcover edition from Subterranean Press is the only option to select for this, but I just read an e-ARC through Net Galley, and I'll bet official e-books will be released by the end of the month or shortly after. I know that the most popular Willis work this year is Doomsday Book, for obvious reasons, but in a way the stress of the pandemic is not unlike the stress of the blitz, at least as Willis writes it. This definitely makes you want to search out the other stories in this setting. Of course you do. She has won eleven Hugo Awards and seven Nebula Awards, including Hugo Best Novel for Blackout/All Clear in 2010. In the story, a man named Jack Harker narrates, another Jack joins the close-knit group to help rescue people buried in the rubble of constant bombings. Free delivery on qualified orders. by Subterranean. Soon, Jack is in high demand, due to an almost uncanny talent for finding buried people still alive under the rubble…. Used for all hardbacks of any size. They watch where German bombs fall then try to find and rescue survivors in the bombing rubble (or remove corpses). Set during the same time as some of the author’s other longer works, this is a story about rescue workers during WWII in London, England. I always enjoy Connie Willis, and this novella is no exception. This time out she explores the plight of the rescue crews during and after each night of bombings. I am kind of giving up on Connie Willis, alas. One of the new volunteers seems to be extraordinarily good at locating. Jack disappears promptly at dawn. Connie Willis returns to the well she has drawn from so successfully in the past .... the angst that the English incurred during the World War II Blitz of London .... including the gems: All Clear, Blackout, and Fire Watch. As always, her ability to convey the time and place about which she writes is uncanny, leading the reader to forget that this is, after all, a masterful product of someone's imagination. When a mysterious man, Jack, joins their team, our protagonist, also Jack, grows increasingly suspicious. ©2020 Subterranean Press. Limited: 1250 signed numbered hardcover copies, “This reissue of Nebula and Hugo Award–winner Willis’s stunning WWII-set novella, originally published in 1991, takes readers into the mind of Jack Harker, a member of a London air raid rescue squad… Parallels and allusions to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the protagonist of which is Harker’s namesake, enhance this dark, genre-bending war story. $40.00, Special Price item 6 Jack, Hardcover by Willis, Connie, Brand New, Free shipping in the US 6 - Jack, Hardcover by Willis, Connie, Brand New, Free shipping in the US. A Conversation with Connie Willis (1988) by Earl G. Ingersoll and Nancy Kress; Connie Willis: Skeptic in the Choir (1989) by uncredited An Interview with Connie Willis (1990) by Steven Paul Olson; Eye to Eye with Connie Willis (1990) by Vance Anderson and Stephen P. Brown and Jack by Connie Willis-This is a novella, first published in 1991, in Willis's Blackout story line, following a group of volunteer wardens during the London Blitz of World War Two. The sleepless stress of the job is hard on everyone. The sleepless stress of the job is hard on everyone. Read Jack book reviews & author details and more at Amazon.in. Jack is a classic novella for a reason - Willis does a masterful job of digging deep into the psyche of those living through the Battle of Britain, willing to sacrifice themselves for the common good. Jack by Connie Willis. Title: Jack Author(s): Connie Willis ISBN: 1-59606-963-5 / 978-1-59606-963-3 (USA edition) Publisher: Subterranean Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA Amazon AU Error rating book. In two of those cases the anthology titles would spoil the revelation. Jack: 2020-04-30: Connie Willis: Subterranean Press: 978-1-59606-963-3: $40.00: 108 hc? This glimpse of war gets you thinking just who are the heroes and who are the monsters. Books Hello, Sign in. I received this historical fantasy eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. When a new volunteer named Jack shows up, his odd behavior—not eating, disappearing during the day for a mysterious job—isn’t concerning at first. Dust jacket and full-color interior illustrations by Jon Foster. It’s a wonderful two-day conference–like a mini-science-fiction convention, with great guests of honor, speeches, readings, panels, great conversations, and wonderful food. Jack won't enter a church to rescue a large crucifix above the alter though others saw incendiary bombs fall on the church (Jack denies that happened). Nominated for both a Hugo and a Nebula, Jack is a novella by the incomparable Connie Willis that Subterranean Press has reissued in a signed, limited edition. Dire straits abound in these riveting recs from the Crosstalk author. When a new volunteer named Jack shows up, his odd behavior - not eating, disappearing during the day for a mysterious job - isn't concerning at first. This time out she explores the plight of the rescue crews during and after each night of bombings. Amazon.in - Buy Jack book online at best prices in India on Amazon.in. When a mysterious man, Jack, joins their team, our protagonist, also Jack, grows increasingly suspicious. During the height of the Blitz in London, the air raid rescue squad operating out of Mrs. Lucy’s house is close-knit and ever-watchful. . Willis does such a great job of capturing life in London during the World War II bombings, while also making you reflect on life in Germany at the same time and adding a touch of mystery and unease. ... Connie Willis. Try. Buy Jack by Willis, Connie online on Amazon.ae at best prices. Jack Connie Willis The night Jack joined our post, Vi was late. Try. Set, like. Skip to main content.ca. $31.48. I don't think there's anything like a bad Connie Willis's story and this novella confirmed my theory. A short novella by the always inventive Connie Willis, who takes us once again to London during the Blitz. "Perhaps our Violet's tired of … A minor work by Connie Willis. The writing is perfectly nice, but the story itself just didn’t really grab me. You will see where this is heading long before the narrator does. There is a limit of one copy per person/household. As the narrator, another member of the squad also named Jack, begins to investigate, the truth turns out to have a dark, tragic twist. This time we're in amongst the ARP wardens, spotting bombs, putting out fires, and rescuing trapped victims from the rubble. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World War II, including “Fire Watch ” Blackout, and All Clear. Soon, Jack is in high demand, due to an almost uncanny talent for finding buried people still alive under the rubble…. I went into the book knowing far too much, which is why I have trouble rating it. Probably not, and it doesn't really matter. And more similar details. New York Times bestselling, multiple-award-winning author Connie Willis’s surprising and deftly rendered classic 1991 novella “Jack,” a finalist for the Nebula and the Hugo awards, is a must-have for readers of her beloved works set in World … A bleak glimpse into the war and th. Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 8:40AM. Jack by Connie Willis The night Jack joined our post, Vi was late. 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