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

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“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.

Jason Snell


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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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“Trail of Lightning” by Rebecca Roanhorse

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“Magic, Madness, and Mischief” by Kelly McCullough

Erika read this middle-grade fantasy both recently and not-so-recently. Turns out re-reading it is just as delightful as the first time through.

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29

“Hidden Sun” by Jaine Fenn

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28

“The Wise Man’s Fear” by Patrick Rothfuss

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“Crimson Frost” by Jim C. Hines

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“Children of Time” by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Arachnophobes, steer clear. Hard sci-fi fans, pull up a chair!

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25

“Salvation” by Peter F. Hamilton

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24

“Love and Romanpunk” by Tansy Rayner Roberts

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“Embers of War” by Gareth L. Powell

In which a good tweet convinces Erika to read a good book.

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