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Judge Sn Goes Golfing
     

Judge Sn Goes Golfing

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by John Scalzi, Gahan Wilson (Illustrator)
 

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John Scalzi visits the universe of his bestselling novel The Android's Dream for this exclusive short story, featuring fan favorite character Judge Nugan Bufan Sn -- a brilliant alien jurist whose misanthropy and lack of social graces is matched only by his futile, unrequited for the game of golf. When he hits the links at the absymal Dulles Woods golf course, the

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John Scalzi visits the universe of his bestselling novel The Android's Dream for this exclusive short story, featuring fan favorite character Judge Nugan Bufan Sn -- a brilliant alien jurist whose misanthropy and lack of social graces is matched only by his futile, unrequited for the game of golf. When he hits the links at the absymal Dulles Woods golf course, the unexpected happens: He begins to play well. But there are more hazards on the course for Sn than just sand traps and disaffected caddies…

Long a staple of Scalzi's live readings, "Judge Sn Goes Golfing" has never seen print until now. Read what you've been missing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596062986
Publisher:
Subterranean Press
Publication date:
12/28/2009
Edition description:
Limited
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.50(d)

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Judge Sn Goes Golfing 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Judge Sn is a very bitter, angry man. Er, alien. More importantly, he is possibly the worst golf player in the universe. This story chronicles a particularly interesting game of golf in which he rises from the depths of grouchiness to the height of spiritual & golf nirvana before crashing back down into the depths of his terrible attitude. Written with John Scalzi's unsurpassed wit and sarcasm, this short story had me howling with laughter.
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