Recently having decided to switch, at least for a while, from my previous habit of picking a random book to read, and instead reading them in roughly the order in which they got them, I have lately been picking up* books that I acquired way back in the halcyon days of 2015. The one I’m reading this week is The Branches of Time, by Luca Rossi.
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Teaser Tuesday 3/21/2017: “The Mongoliad”
Still working on book two of The Mongoliad this week — it’s a long one, as you might expect when Neal Stephenson is involved.
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Teaser Tuesday 3/7/17: “The Mongoliad, Book Two”
So this week the Moon+ Reader Random Book Selector told me it was time to read book two of The Mongoliad, by Neal Stephenson and a bunch of other people*.
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Teaser Tuesday 9/13/2016: (Still) “Seveneves”
See? I told you it was going to take a few weeks to get through this one …
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Teaser Tuesday 9/6/2016: “Seveneves”
So this week, and given its size, probably for a few more weeks, I’ve been reading Seveneves, an apocalyptic doorstopper of a novel by Neal Stephenson. Of course, “doorstopper of a novel” and “Neal Stephenson” do tend to go together; this particular one, if I shook it out of my eReader onto a stack of paper, would add up to about 900 pages, or about the same length of the original Shards before I split it into two parts, which I did because nobody is going to cough up
$17.99 $11.99 (the current price of Seveneves) for an eBook by me …