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RevolutionSF Remembers Replay Writer Ken Grimwood
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© Joe Crowe
June 12, 2003

Ken Grimwood, writer of the science fiction novel "Replay", has died at age 59. "Replay" is the story of a man who dies and gets to relive his life over and over, making different choices each time.

"'Replay' is one of my all time favorite novels. This is sad news." -- Rick Klaw, fiction editor emeritus.

"'Replay' dazzled me completely when I read it. I had no idea what was coming. Apparently, Grimwood was working on a sequel when he died. "How?" seems to be the popular reaction over on SFF.net. Too bad we'll never get to see what he had in mind." -- Jayme Lynn Blaschke, fiction editor.

"Make sure to tell readers that they HAVE to find a copy of Replay and read it. 'Replay' was recommended to me by a friend, and it is easily the best thing I've read in the past year." -- Movie editor Jason Myers.


 
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