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I'm reading The Siberian Curse: How Communist Planners Left Russia Out in the Cold by Dr. Fiona Hill and Clifford G. Gaddy for work. I'm going to have to read companion texts as well too.
I have a few of Hogarth's books downloaded on my Kindle, but haven't read them yet.Just finished In Good Company by MCA Hogarth. Was a pretty good followup to the last book, but found one minor continuity issue.
Alysha says she can't remember the last time she saw someone in scale armor, but she and her assault team wore scale armor on Gledig during Sword of the Alliance which took place only about a year prior.
Right now, I've started on Earthrise, by the same author. Same universe, but centers around a different group of characters.
I have a few of Hogarth's books downloaded on my Kindle, but haven't read them yet.
How is Earthrise?
Besides Earthrise, I have Mindtouch, Alysha's Fall, and Even the Wingless on my Kindle.Haven't got too far into it yet, but it's a bit different from the Stardancer series. Enjoying it so far.
Which ones did you pick up?
Besides Earthrise, I have Mindtouch, Alysha's Fall, and Even the Wingless on my Kindle.
I might pick up Earthrise since I've been meaning to read more fandom stuff and could use the distraction.
My sister had told me about how wasteful lawns could be out in California, especially when there is drought and water rationing going on. But is it an environmental book?Richard Brautigan, "Revenge of the Lawn"; just started it, the title grabbed me, as I have always thought Americans have an unhealthy obsession with lawns
Eh, I'll try them out and see how I like them.I have Mindtouch, but never finished it. The characters are really well written and likeable, with a good amount of world-building in it, but there really wasn't much to draw me in plot-wise. I think the description as an "asexual/platonic romance" was pretty accurate. I'll probably get back to it after the Earthrise sequels.
I am currently reading “Gory Details: Adventures From the Dark Side of Science“ by Erika Engelhaupt. I have a bit of a morbid curiosity, so when I saw this book at B&N I had to have it.
There are different parts to the book that explain different things. Like in part 1 where it’s all “Morbid Curiosity”, and part 3 (where I’m currently reading) “Breaking Taboos”. It has a lot of humor in it, and I’ve even found some studies that I’m interested in. I think it’s a great book if you want to take a look at the creepier side of science.
Yup! They even opened up a new location recently.Barns & Noble still exhists?