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William Gibson's The Peripheral: The Past Is The Playground For The Future's Rich

They want to kill a dead man in a past that effectively doesn’t exist?
–William Gibson, The Peripheral

First off: if you know nothing about this book, and are thinking of reading it, don’t read any reviews or find a synopsis online, just go pick it up and dive in.

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Jeff VanderMeer's 'Annihilation' Will Take You On A Ride To Crazy Town

The tower, which was not supposed to be there, plunges into the earth in a place just before the black pine forest begins to give way to swamp and then the reeds and wind-gnarled trees of the marsh flats.

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John Scalzi's Lock In Takes the 'Artificial' out of AI

Martin Pistorius was locked in his frozen body for twelve years, unable to communicate with the family caring for him day and night. After a severe illness in his youth, he lost the ability to move, and doctors assumed he was in some sort of vegetative state. 578 more words

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The Martian by Andy Weir

So many people have read and reviewed this book, I don’t feel I need to. But I’ll give you my perspective on it.

When my husband read this last year, I asked if he thought I’d like it. 720 more words

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The Humans by Matt Haig

I’m afraid this was a book I wanted to love but didn’t. Like A.J. Fikry, it comes highly recommended from bloggers I respect. It fell flat for me. 454 more words

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