David and Perry discuss their reading during 2022 and list their selections of the best books in a range of categories, and end up agreeing on the best book of the year.
Perry and David wind up the year by talking about the books they’ve read recently, including some neglected works and one being celebrated thirty years after it was first published.
David and Perry discuss Day’s End and Limberlost, two new titles from Text Publishing, and then go on to talk with W. H. Chong, who designed the covers of both books.
(Apologies for the occasional poor audio quality in this episode).
Perry and David discuss some recent awards and general news and then take off in the Hugo Time Machine to visit the year 1969, when Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner won the Best Novel award.