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Review: Mother Night

Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’ve never been a huge Vonnegut fan, but several friends said that this was the book that would get me. I have to say: They nailed it. This is a dark, sad fictional memoir of Howard W. Campbell Jr., who moved to Germany just […]

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Review: Armada

Cline has the corner on this flavor of the Gen X-flavored science-fiction. In many ways, Armada was more enjoyable that Ready Player One. The story was more intimate, driven by the main character’s connection to his lost father.

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Review: The Martian

Mark Watney is the most enjoyable main character and narrator in recent memory. Andy Weir did a masterful job creating the character, and making me really care about what was happening (when what was happening was seriously just a bunch of engineering problems.)

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