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To Your Scattered Bodies Go

I recently finished the first Riverworld novel, To Your Scattered Bodies Go, by Philip Jose Farmer.  I haven’t read much in the way of Farmer before this, but I really enjoyed The Dungeon (inspired and edited by Farmer), and now … Continue reading

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Second Stage Lensmen

So, if you’ve read any post on my blog with “Lens” in the title over the last year, you know what this one is about – I recently finished Second Stage Lensmen by E. E. “Doc” Smith.   Though the title … Continue reading

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Read the Book or Watch the Series?

I recently heard about the SyFy TV Series, “The Expanse,” with a close friend of mine mentioning that it was very well worth watching.  When I learned that the show was based on a series of books, I found myself … Continue reading

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First Lensman

I recently finished reading First Lensman by E. E. “Doc” Smith and I found that, as a sci-fi space opera, I really enjoyed it.  I read Triplanetary last year, but wasn’t able to continue reading the series because, even after … Continue reading

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Ready Player One

I recently finished reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline as part of my normal reading routine.  I heard about this first on the Machine Readable podcast some time ago, and Jessa even bought a copy, but it never made … Continue reading

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Empires of EVE

While I missed the kickstarter, I picked up a hardbound copy of Empires of EVE: A History of the Great War of EVE Online  via preorder as soon as I saw it come across, then eagerly waited for my copy … Continue reading

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Fire from the Wine Dark Sea

My reading material of choice lately has been Fire from the Wine Dark Sea by S. P. Somtow (then, Somtow Sucharitkul).  As you may have heard from me before, S. P. Somtow is one of my favorite authors, so a … Continue reading

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The Doomfarers of Coramonde

A friend of mine recently loaned me his copy of The Doomfarers of Coramonde by Brian Daley.  This was relatively new ground for me as it was a book and author I had not heard anything about before, nor was … Continue reading

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The Darkling Wind

In reading the Chronicles of the High Inquest, I always end up looking up this image at various points during my read through.

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Chronicles of the High Inquest

I just recently finished one of my favorite book series – The Chronicles of the High Inquest by S. P. Somtow.  The first time I read these was while I was in college, after pulling The Light on the Sound … Continue reading

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