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

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“Broken Blade” by Kelly McCullough

Erika revisits an old favourite and discovers it’s even better the second time!

Erika Ensign


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55

“Guns of the Dawn” by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Erika enjoyed a regency-style fantasy novel about war! Who woulda thunk it?

Erika Ensign


54

“Beneath the Rising” by Premee Mohamed

This book is (partially) set in Edmonton, which is exciting for Erika. It’s about monsters and friendship and what monsters can do to friendship.

Erika Ensign


53

“Stasiland” by Anna Funder

A compelling book on a difficult subject, telling the stories of people who lived behind the Berlin Wall and lived in fear of the Stasi.

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52

“Or What You Will” by Jo Walton

Do you like meta-fictional meditations on the nature of storytelling and Italy? Has Scott got the book for you!

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51

“Plague Land” by S D Sykes

Scott hasn’t left his apartment in 4 months, so he decided to read a book about fictional people who had it even worse.

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50

“Interior Chinatown” by Charles Yu

Charles Yu has been working in television for awhile, and it isn’t hard to see that (obvious) influence on this novel.

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49

“Working” by Robert Caro

Scott finally finished a book by Robert Caro (no, not that one).

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48

“The City We Became” by N.K. Jemisin

Need a book to restore your readerly habits? This one worked for Scott!

Scott McNulty


47

“Famous Men Who Never Lived” by K. Chess

People from an alternate timeline live as refugees in our New York City. It’s full of grief, sadness, frustration, and coincidences.

Jason Snell


46

“Underground Airlines” by Ben H. Winters

Nathan reviews Ben H. Winters’s Underground Airlines, a gripping thriller set in an alternate history that feels too close to our own.

Nathan Alderman


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