Snuff: A preliminary address

I finished reading Terry Pratchett's Snuff a few days ago, and I did take some photos of favorite passages, like I did with The Truth, Jingo and Going Postal. But, since I've had a lot of work, and I was nearing the end of the third draft of the story I was working on (I think it's pretty close to publishable, now!) I haven't gotten around to uploading and editing the photos.  That will come in a day or two. I do want to say, though, that I strongly recommend this book.  It's obviously got a lot to say about racism, the reach of the law, and the responsibility of bystanders, but it also, and this caught me off guard, has a very important message about the value of art.

I'm reading Count Zero by William Gibson now, and I'm not sure if I'm going to do the photo thing.  There are definitely some good ones, but I got in trouble recently for using my phone at work, which is where I do a good chunk of my reading, so taking pictures may not be practical.

Snuff, by Terry Pratchett: [Amazon], [Barnes & Noble]