Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Seveneves, Neal Stephenson

book 34 – The Seveneves At about 900 pages, The Seveneves is the longest book that I have undertaken to read during this year-long reading challenge. I admit that I have attempted to increase my odds of success by specifically … Continue reading

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Ready Player One, Ernest Cline

Book 33 – Ready Player One Fun! So much fun! A wealthy, virtual reality video game inventor leaves his entire, mind-bogglingly large fortune to whomever is first to solve a 3-stage puzzle that he embeds in said video game. Years … Continue reading

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They Left Us Everything, Plum Johnson

book 32 – They Left Us Everything This started out as a promising book. It is Plum Johnson’s memoir about clearing out her family home and possessions after the death of her parents. I thought that her parents would be … Continue reading

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