|The Frozen Sky by Jeff Carlson
Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 8pm
770 Rt.17 North
Paramus, NJ 07652
This group meets on the 4th Thursday of each month to discuss various works of "modern"
masters or upcoming talent in SF, fantasy, paranormal, horror and related genres. It also
occasionally explores classics and the 'masters' of the classics.
*For the complete list of titles for 2017 scroll below event recap. You will find all 12
The Frozen Sky by Jeff Carlson (recommended by author David Brin)
BENEATH THE ICE - Something is alive inside Jupiter's ice moon Europa. Robot
probes find an ancient tunnel beneath the surface, its walls carved with strange
hieroglyphics. Led by elite engineer Alexis Vonderach, a team of scientists
descends into the dark... where they confront a savage race older than
Based on the award-winning short story, The Frozen Sky is a new full-length sci-
fi thriller novel from the international bestselling author of Plague Year.
|Modern Masters Selections for
|Recaps & comments
|Outlander by Diana Gabaldan
2/23/27 discussion recap
To tie in with our monthly theme of Changing Channels - TV and its influence on genre, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon was
our selection. It was written in 1991 over 25 years ago and was so popular and enduring, that a TV series was developed
and is in its third season on Starz. Some had read it when it first came out and reread parts or all of it. The consensus
was, though the paperback ran 850 pages, the time travel story of Claire Randall going from the 1945 British Isles to 1743
Scotland, was extremely well written. The story held one's attention throughout. Highly recommended.