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Paperback.princess19
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Another unbelievable book by @AmieKaufman and Jay Kristoff 😱 fast paced and a real page turner, not to mention a squad of misfits...what more can you ask for? Are y‘all ready for Aurora Burning which is coming real SOON!!! #auroracycle #aurorarising #amiekaufman #jaykristoff #squad312 #5starread

julesG Soon?! May isn't soon. 😭😭😭 4h
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kingrat
Infomocracy: A Novel | Malka Older
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It feels like something is about to happen finally. There was a little bit of intrigue between different governments the last time.

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swynn
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Mehso-so

An early Andre Norton (originally published 1952), for my taste her first that really *feels* like an Andre Norton story: it has a young man proving his worth in a science fiction setting (postapocalyptic, in this case), with a multiethnic cast and a telepathic cat. It's a little heavy-handed with moralizing, but has plenty of action too. Not one of her best, but entertaining still.

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JSW
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Excellent SciFi story. Layers of narrative interweave and echo each other: humanity, choices, time, music, corporations, research, societies, and the cost of progress. But mostly, about love. So so good, and I'm not a huge science fiction fan. Would be a great book club pick. 👥📚

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Aimeesue
Roadside Picnic | Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky
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And now for something completely different…

"Science fiction lends itself readily to imaginative subversion of any status quo. Bureaucrats and politicians, who can‘t afford to cultivate their imaginations, tend to assume it‘s all ray-guns and nonsense, good for children." From The forward, Ursula K. Leguin

vivastory I read this one a few years ago. I don't remember much about it. 😬 8h
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taraWritesSci
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Mehso-so

Just okay and clearly intended for the invested Star Trek fan which is a bummer because I love the cast of characters from the show. I mean I really, really love what they've done in Discovery's characters and story.

I'll continue with the book series since different author's will have different approaches. Tilly's book better hold up... 'sall I'm saying.

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Amandajoy
Spin | Robert Charles Wilson
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I decided to to the #doublespin #bookspin in March, but I‘m using my audio book TBR for my double spin. Here‘s my list.

TheAromaofBooks Audio book edition!!! Love it!! I think I'm going to do a Kindle list this month. now
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Amandajoy
Spin | Robert Charles Wilson
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I enjoyed #bookspin last month (even if I‘m not through with my pick yet) so I‘m doing it again in March. Here‘s my list. Mostly the same, I‘m trying to use this as a way to read for my challenges this year.

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bookwrm526
Artificial Condition | Martha Wells
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Murder bot is the best!! I‘m glad they have a friend now, and that the adventure is continuing, can‘t wait to get to the rest of the series!!

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Clare-Dragonfly
Spin | Robert Charles Wilson
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I heard about #BookSpin last month and it sounded like fun, but I had such a long list of library books that I didn‘t think I‘d be able to squeeze in a TBR book. I‘m still not sure, but I‘m going to give it a try! Here‘s my list.

TheAromaofBooks Thanks for joining!! It's a pretty low-key challenge, so no worries if you can't fit it in!! 15h
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