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Old 11-25-2021, 04:32 PM   #30346
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Just finished the 4 books in the Blade Runner series.

Wow, they are terrible.
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Old 11-25-2021, 07:03 PM   #30347
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Just finished the 4 books in the Blade Runner series.

Wow, they are terrible.

Why were they so bad?
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Old 11-26-2021, 07:47 AM   #30348
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Finished the horror novella, Nana, by Mark Towse.

An excellent writer, but I didn't care that much for the story.

Now back to Horn, by D. Keith Mano.

BUT, I am also one-half way through Franziska, by the great literary writer Ernst Weiss. This is my second read. As one can no doubt surmise, I love his work, along with the writing of Stefan Zweig.

By the way, the film Grand Budapest Hotel [you simply MUST watch this film!] was inspired by Stefan Zweig.

Here's the link for more information on Stefan Zweig:

https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/...budapest-hotel

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Next up: The Magical Maze by Ian Stewart. A book that was the basis for his Royal Society Christmas Lectures on mathematics. Probably nothing knew to me, but it's well written so far and a good read.
And very good it was two. One or two things new to me, and one or two things I thought i knew I now know better after a good description. A most enjoyable mathematical journey.

Next up: Precious and Grace by Alexander McCall Smith. The 17th in his No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, which I bought earlier this year for the high (for me!) sum of £2.99.
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Along with Horn, I'm almost finished with Dangling Man, by the great Saul Bellow.

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