A podcast in which we tell you about a book we just finished, and what we thought of it.

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“Children of Ruin” by Adrian Tchaikovsky

The sequel to “Children of Time” does the original one better by adding new planets, new species, and maybe even aliens?

Jason Snell


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“Fall; or, Dodge in Hell” by Neal Stephenson

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38

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36

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“Terminal Alliance” by Jim C. Hines

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33

“Spinning Silver” by Naomi Novik

Like “Uprooted” before it, “Spinning Silver” is a more modern remix of classic fairy tale and fantasy scenarios. Royal weddings! Ice kings! Just don’t mention Rumpelstiltskin.

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“In The Company of Others” by Julie E. Czerneda

Scott doesn’t remember why he had a copy of this book, but finally got around to reading it and enjoyed it!

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