Books of 2017, #16: The Dispatcher, by John Scalzi

And a little more Scalzi—just a novelette this time.

What if being murdered violently delivered you back into your bed in the state you were a short time before you died?

At the very least, it opens up some interesting new career options.

It’s a fun, if light, read in a world that seems like it has more depth than just a novellette would require. I wonder if this world might make another appearance?

Published by

Michael Alan Dorman

Yogi, brigand, programmer, thief, musician, Republican, cook.

I leave it to you figure out which ones are accurate.