Up. Identified. Lase. Fire. On the way.
Is there a thread already for thoughts on books? Didn't see one so here's one.
(a) Thanks for the tip. Will be getting it to read.... I have some pre-read thoughts, but will wait until reading to post (it will be interesting to see if my null hypothesis stands or falls).Greetings:
(a) I just finished The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis, probably his best book yet. My takeaway: never trust your gut. We are almost always wrong.
(b) For light reading, I just finished up a book called Poseidon’s Wake, the last in a trilogy by Alistair Reynolds. This is hard science fiction. If that’s your things, I recommend Reynolds, he’s a great writer of SF.
You absolutely have to read them chronologically. My wife is my "book buyer"; I give her titles I find and want and she takes it from there. The majority she finds on Amazon.Interesting! Thanks for the tip.
Any recommendations as to order best to read the series? Or just get them as published chronologically?
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Thanks for the tip. I guess that would be "Going Home." Was confused because "Surviving Home" was shown on Amazon as the first published but second in the series. I'll start with "Going Home."You absolutely have to read them chronologically. My wife is my "book buyer"; I give her titles I find and want and she takes it from there. The majority she finds on Amazon.
On 2 dollar copies used From Amazon, I will never read again, I tear our one page at a time and toss the entire thing when finishedDoes anyone mark up a book or dog-ear the pages? (I do the former (mostly non-fiction, though); I loathe the latter!)
(a) Nothing like a physical book in the hand! Reluctantly, though, I have found a use and need for the ebook....(a) ...to the evil known as the ebook. (b) I’ve been a book printer for over 30 years so ebooks are end of the line for one facet of my life. (c) I never EVER dog year a book to mark my place.