Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Single-Word Synopses of Authors' Writing Styles

Gordon Korman: zestful.
Jerry Spinelli: unflinching.
Louis Sachar: talkative.
Clive Cussler: straightforward.
Eoin Colfer: stark.
Dorothy Gilman: sprightly.
Roger Kahn: sedate.
E.L. Konigsburg: regal.
L. Frank Baum: prosaic.
Roger Angell: pleasing.
Michael Crichton: overanalytical.
Dick Francis: nuanced.
Robert Ludlum: noisy.
Diane Duane: mischievous.
Ellen Raskin: mesmerizing.
Dan Brown: intricate.
Isaac Asimov: intelligent.
Agatha Christie: dry.
Terry Pratchett: cunning.
Hugh Lofting: comfortable.
Raymond Khoury: cliched.
Alistair MacLean: businesslike.
Bill Bryson: brilliant.

TODAY'S BOOK: "Mere Anarchy", by Woody Allen (random) ((c) 2007)


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