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JB Lazarte

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  • Vanna Bonta Talks About Quantum Fiction: Author Interview

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    Accomplished writer and audio producer/director Laurel van der Linde interviews author Vanna Bonta about the emerging genre of Quantum Fiction, exemplified by her controversial book Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel.

    Beth says: "Inspiring to Writers"
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    Would you consider the audio edition of Vanna Bonta Talks About Quantum Fiction to be better than the print version?

    I'd prefer the audio version, mainly because of Vanna Bonta's exceptional talent in bringing to life--through her voice--her characters. the audio version is also perfect when you're lounging on the couch and you just want to "listen" to a story instead of reading it.


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    I can't say there's a single character that should be set apart from the rest--I love how Bonta has painstakingly developed each of the characters--Mendle and Aira are foremost examples--so that the whole story is enjoyed as a whole. The characters complement one another in such a way that the story is even more alive and compelling.


    Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?

    That would be Aira Flight, of course--the narrator succeeds in conveying a sense of "tabula rasa" through her voice--need I mention that Bonta, after all, is a talented voice actor.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    'Flight' is too rich to be finished in one sitting--it is more the kind of book you'd like to enjoy in several installments, if only to prolong the experience as much as possible.


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