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RamsFan1963
Argonaut | Stanley Schmidt
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sudi
Dune | Frank Herbert
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Day 7 #7days7covers #covercrush
I love these new covers for the Dune Series, i have only read the first book but i'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series soon.

@Hufflepuffle @Exbrarian @Curiouser_and_curiouser @Chrissyreadit have you guys been tagged yet? And if not, would you like to join

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keepingupwiththepenguins
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Mehso-so

Here‘s my tl;dr summary: a middle-aged straight white guy in a dystopian future burns books for a living, until he meets a seventeen-year-old hottie and decides to have a mid-life crisis. *shrugs* I know it‘s not a popular opinion, but I really wasn‘t that fussed on it. I think it's great for the highschoolers who need an intro to dystopia. Full review here: http://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/fahrenheit-451-ray-bradbury/ #7Days7Covers #Dystopian

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j9brown
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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What the hell just happened? I finished this book in a day and a half! It was a blast. Clever and trippy.
I didn't quite get the emotional impact that I think the author was going for. Maybe I read it too fast, or maybe it was too fast-paced (I felt like I was reading a movie for like, three quarters of it). But I had a great time overall 😆

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Expandingbookshelf
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“I sought loneliness when I was young. You‘ve seen me there: on my promontory, patient and unaware. But when I think of you I want to be alone together. I want to strive against and for. I want to live in contact. I want to be a context for you, and you for me. I love you and I love you, and I want to find out what that means together.”

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BS197544
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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RECURSION is a mind bending trip that deals with heavy subjects as neuroscience, time, philosophy, physics and nature of our memory. The story follows a scientist Helena Smith as she tries to find a way for alzheimer patients to retain their memory and an NYPD dectective Barry Sutton as he tries to cope with a tragedy. This is a fantastic sciece fiction thriller which deals with the fragile elements of time, identity and memory. Not to be missed.

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Geeklet
A Canticle for Leibowitz | Walter M. Miller, Jr.
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According to Goodreads, I‘ve read this before and I had given it a three. Past Erica is a jerk because I don‘t remember this book at all and it was excellent. Book two done for Tome Infinity and Beyond Round 3. Now to continue on the wonderful book The Death of Grass. This readathon has basically just been an excuse to do rereads.

Gezemice I loved this one. But I have also had re-reads when I rated it low first and I thought what was I thinking on the second read... 4h
MrBook Nice! 2h
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taraWritesSci
Razor's Edge | Martha Wells
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I'm halfway through a re-read and suddenly the library is showering me with a bunch of holds that I just can't risk starting too late. But I want to finish my current book. Guess I'm giving up sleep for the next two weeks 😜

#nerdProblems

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SaunteringVaguelyDownwards
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Day 1: #7covers7days #covercrush

7 days, 7 cover, no explanations. Tag a friend!

Calling anyone who wants to join!

@silentrequiem

gossamerchild I LOVE this edition-amazing! 4h
julesG 😍😍😍😍 12m
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Liz_M
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#7days7covers No explanation. #covercrush Day 5

I think @CareBear hasn't posted covers yet. You in? Post 7 covers you love over 7 days, no explanation needed, try to tag a new litten each day.

CareBear I haven‘t! Thanks for the tag 🥰 6h
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