I couldn't get much further than the first quarter. It seemed like the author was saying the same thing over and over in slightly different ways. It's too bad because I think the point being made is a good one.
I was an avid reader who fell into the habit of only reading things that were work related and news - then the pandemic hit. That's when my local library that offers eBook loans for download made me realize how much I'd missed reading for enjoyment.
I have a wide range of interests, but I mostly read fiction, sci-fi, historical fiction, history, politics, and pretty much anything that's well written and thought provoking.
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Thunderbird by Jack McDevitt
A startling and majestic epic from the Nebula Award-winning author of the Alex Benedict and the Priscilla Hutchins novels A …
Into the fire by Elizabeth Moon
"As Admiral Kylara Vatta learned after she and a ship full of strangers were marooned on an inhospitable arctic island, …
Cold welcome by Elizabeth Moon
"After nearly a decade away, Nebula Award-winning author Elizabeth Moon makes a triumphant return to science fiction with a thrilling …
Ancient shores by Jack McDevitt
Ancient Shores is a science fiction novel by American writer Jack McDevitt, published in 1996. It was nominated for the …
Upgrade by Blake Crouch
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At first, Logan Ramsay isn’t sure if anything’s different. He just feels …