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    It's on my to-watch list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    It's on my to-watch list!
    It was quite a good book till the last 30 pages. ��. (Yes this is a joke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GretzkysMullet View Post
    Anyone read NK Jemesin's Broken Earth Trilogy? Best fantasy books I have read in a long time, liked it even more than Rothfuss. Every book the series won a Hugo award.
    Just finished book1.
    LOL, see if takes me 50 days to finish a book... time is rare for me.

    Started enjoying it more after pg.100 and started LOVING it after pg.300-or-so.

    Great story though, loved the set-up, timeline, characters, tie-in to world-as-we-kn(_)w-it
    One needs to be focused to absorb all the new terminology the author chose - which is struggle at first, but was really well done.

    I'm gonna read the latest Stephen King as a "break"... (my wife read it, said "it was good")...

    And then onto Book #2 in series!
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Just finished 'Station Eleven' by Emily St. John Mandel. Absolutely loved it! No idea how this book became popular during a pandemic.
    It didn't, it came out well before to critical acclaim. She is a fantastic writer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengwin7 View Post
    Just finished book1.
    LOL, see if takes me 50 days to finish a book... time is rare for me.

    Started enjoying it more after pg.100 and started LOVING it after pg.300-or-so.

    Great story though, loved the set-up, timeline, characters, tie-in to world-as-we-kn(_)w-it
    One needs to be focused to absorb all the new terminology the author chose - which is struggle at first, but was really well done.

    I'm gonna read the latest Stephen King as a "break"... (my wife read it, said "it was good")...

    And then onto Book #2 in series!
    Thanks.
    You're welcome! Glad you are enjoying. Her other trilogy is really good too.

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