- interj. slang, Internet oh my word.
- interj. slang, Internet on my way.
“OMW is eminently readable, likable, accessible; I've handed it out a dozen times, never to anything less than raves.”
“Although the humour found in OMW isn't as prevalent in Ghost Brigades, the times it does appear it is wholly suited to the situation and will bring a smile to your face, if not make you laugh out loud.”
“I didn’t have a problem with the marginalization of females in OMW because the entire premise was a homogenization of humanity.”
“Likewise, people often call OMW a response to The Forever War and it’s not; I hadn’t read the book before I wrote OMW.”
“Now, news from Russia: Russia becomes the first foreign market to have a complete set of Scalzi novels, as we just sold Agent to the Stars, The Android’s Dream and The Last Colony to Eksmo, which previously bought OMW which is out already and TGB.”
“I did enjoy ZT more than OMW, but this book certainly does have its good points.”
“I had just read OMW and enjoyed it but this one left me cold.”
“This time around the narrative is no longer in the first person allowing plenty of freedom for Scalzi to fill us in on the little bits of information we missed out on in OMW.”
“Well, Ghost Brigades did live up to those expectations in a spectacular fashion, delivering more of what was good about OMW and expanding on it further.”
“I need to make OMW a regular thing, it's really fun.”
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