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The_Book_Ninja
RoboCop | Ed Naha
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TheBookDream
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YaculpBay
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I think I liked this book even more than its predecessor. I like it so much because of how I feel it's relatable, with the VR headsets and whatnot.

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kissmehardy
The Sparrow: A Novel | Mary Doria Russell
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I canNOT wait for my book club's discussion of this. Love me some theological sci-fi and a found family, no matter how painful. #scifi #speculativefiction

kspenmoll Great book! 11h
Tamra Such a great novel - echo @kspenmoll 11h
kissmehardy I concur with you both, @kspenmoll and @Tamra ! 8h
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Tamra I didn‘t enjoy the sequel as much, but I know others did. 8h
kissmehardy @Tamra I'm not sure I want to read the sequel. This one wrapped up nicely, if not with closure for every storyline. I don't want to ruin that. 8h
Tamra @kissmehardy good choice! 7h
CuriousG I waited years after I read The Sparrow to get up the courage to read Children of God as I was terrified it might ruin this novel. There are parts of Children of God that I loved even more, there were parts I wasn't a huge fan of, but overall am glad I read it. I think the time between was good though - I would not have wanted to read them back-to-back. 7h
kissmehardy @CuriousG Good to know! I'll definitely give it some time, then. 5h
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catsuit_mango
Fifty Degrees Below | Kim Stanley Robinson
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Reading something called 50 below zero while in a heat wave...

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Bookwormjillk
Project Hail Mary | Weir Andy
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I took the afternoon off to do some yard work and cleaning but it‘s obvious my time is better spent here.

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RamsFan1963
Desperate Measures | Joe Clifford Faust
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In more polite times, Doctor Bombay's would have been called a dive.

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

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DogMomIrene
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I cancelled my library hold on this one for the physical book when I saw that Wil Wheaton narrates Scalzi‘s latest novel. Already I‘m laughing… at a story that opens in New York City at the beginning of the pandemic. I just love John Scalzi, and I love his stories even more when Wil Wheaton reads them to me. Geek heaven over here🤓

Megabooks He‘s such a great narrator! 10h
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annahenke
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#audiobook - wow this is so great so far! Loving the book and highly recommend this in audio. Amazing narrator!

Linsy That's always good to know! The narrator can really make or break an audiobook. 2d
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willaful

I just noticed that the main character of this story basically goes from being a delivery boy to an otherwordly... delivery boy. I wonder if it's a hat tip to “Futurama.“