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New Additions #41

This has been on my to-buy-list since 2014 or something.

Books

Short Stories and Comic Books

When I’m eagerly awaiting a package with a new book, it means I need to pick something shorter – but not too short! – so that I can be ready to start the shiny new book as soon as I get home.   663 more words

Anthology

The Faded Sun (C.J. Cherryh)

I happened to find The Faded Sun trilogy on my dad’s bookshelf when I was helping him sell his house. I had never heard of C.J. 1,078 more words

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Reading Choices

I should probably rearrange my shelf slightly, and put Tripoint before Finity’s End.  How’d they end up in what is probably reverse order?  Who knows.   777 more words

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Why I Reread

Finity’s End.  In context, it’s the name of the oldest still-operating (at this point in the timeline) merchanter ship.  The Family is Neihart, and it’s one of the most important ships in the Alliance.   600 more words

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A Positive Outlook

You’d think that, having finished Merchanter’s Luck and Rimrunners   by C.J. Cherryh, I’d be excited to dive into the pile of books I bought yesterday.  Well, I am excited for a number of the books I bought, but I wanted to keep reading through Alliance-Union for the moment.   678 more words

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Do You Trust a Smiling Hacker?

Not that the word is ever used in Hellburner, 1992 (the year this book came out) was a little early for hacking to be common phraseology, if it was even used in the same context we know today.   866 more words

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