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  1. #1171
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    Finished: “Black Dragon” by Victor Milán… obviously I took my sweet time reading it. Just wasn’t much in the mood… but we’re done now. It was a good book, lots going on. Can’t go wrong with a Princess Bride reference.

    Going to take a break from books for a bit while I do a deep dive into the comics I've collected for the past little while.

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    @allegro @elevenism , my Christmas presents.


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    I know what I will be reading.


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    I started reading The Three-Body Problem - a science fiction novel written by the Chinese writer Liu Cixin. From the first sentences, from the first chapters, I understand that this is a masterpiece.

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    Baron Wenckheim's Homecoming by László Krasznahorkai

    Who needs periods?

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    Starting: "Exodus Road" by Blaine Lee Pardoe.... time to get back on that BattleTech absorption and see where that grand narrative ends up.

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    Finished: “Exodus Road” by Blaine Lee Pardoe … I liked it. Looking forward to the rest of the “Twilight of the Clans” series.

    Starting: "Grave Covenant" by Michael A. Stackpole

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    Finished: “Grave Covenant” by Michael A. Stackpole … took a bit for me to get into it but was aptly rewarded when I did.

    Starting: “The Hunters” by Thomas S. Gressman

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