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Old 10-03-2012, 11:09 PM   #14301
Dazrin
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I am currently reading Hal Spacejock and hope it lives up to some of the hype I have seen where it is compared favorably to the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and Red Dwarf. So far it hasn't, but I will finish it.
I finished this on Tuesday, my opinion didn't change and I won't be continuing in this series, but I can't decide what to read next.

As a stop-gap I read a short story - The Death Clock by J. Rock - which was good. Then at lunch I saw The Feeling of Power by Isaac Asimov in the "Name this Book" thread, so read it too. Then when looking for the story I was asking about, I decided to read The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell. I don't think I have read it before, but it was very good. I also started another Julius Katz short on my way home.

As for what to read next, I considered starting Cloudburst by Ryne Douglas Pearson, but that doesn't appeal right now. Maybe I will try to fill in a couple decades that I am missing and read something from 1900-1909 (Anne of Green Gables?), 1930-1939 (Little House on the Prairie? At the Mountains of Madness?) or 1960-1969 (Dune? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?).
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