- What do you all feel are the differences between
Hugos and Nebulas? I've thought about that a lot myself
- personally I think I tend to like the Nebula
winners better than the Hugo winners, it seems to me that
the Hugos are more "classic" science fiction, whereas
a lot of time the Nebulas will be more engaging
writing style or characterization, of course a lot of
great books win both. <br><br>But do you think it's
interesting that some authors win many Nebulas w/o ever
getting a Hugo, while most all Hugo winners have won a
Nebula as well?<br><br>Greenie
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> This is a alternate history novel in whichAl Capone was the ultimate in so called free marketeering...
> everything that we know has been turned upside down. The
> 1917 communist revolution happened in the U.S. In this
> world Al Capone is president and dictator.