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truth.. scifi is all about the characters and plot
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Hahaha
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They did this with the Zombie series
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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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just started the expanse
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after finishing the first Fitz series (robin hobb)
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i am on the second expanse book now
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I've watched all of the show so far, will be interesting to see if the books are much different
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very
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they are very very different
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but I like them also
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I'm 'reading' them as audiobooks
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the narrator is not as good as the narrators for other series I've been reading
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That's a shame
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could just be spoiled with how good the narrator for the wheel of time/brandon sanderson series and the gentleman bastards series are so good
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with voices
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to be fair I'm only a chapter or two in
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Is there a site that gives me the top fiction books on a location? Example I am traveling to the south of France and want to read fiction set in Provence but don't know where to find those books.
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sounds like something msseiwadqyvtrto could add to nomadlist troll
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I vaguely remember a discussion about a site like thus but can't find the site or discussion.
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But their catalogue is a bit sparse
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Might be better off using fictiondb.com/search/ and plugging the location into the synopsis field
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awesome thanks ldmzfmcjqe
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That's always a LC subject head. So just set to search "subject head contains" and the place name fiction
catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchType=7&searchId=28888&maxResultsPerPage=25&recCount=25&recPointer=0&resultPointer=0
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Did this channel die?

Let me revive ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น Check out God's Debris if you haven't already. Short, pithy, and provoking.
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Genre?
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Cool, I'll add it to the list. Interesting that it is Scott Adams...
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Yep
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I had never heard of it before, but it's a great little book. Straddles fiction-non-fiction
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anyone have any favorite audio books they've listened to recently? have gotten really into the routine of listening to them while cleaning/cooking/walking so atm feel like i have more time for those than actual reading.
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bought "10% happier" thinking it was a sam harris book, quickly realized it's _dan_ harris but .. still actually seems rather interesting.
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was thinking about the new malcolm gladwell book next
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I really enjoyed Educated by Tara Westover
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Totally compelling for a cross-country road trip
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it's hard for me to learn from an audio book, so I tend to do fun reads
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night circus is an interesting audiobook. not my usual genre, but definitely a great listen
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ready player one is a good audiobook too if you haven't read it yet. one of the few books I like better as an audiobook
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jgogfqet if you're into fantasy the audiobooks for the mistborn and stormlight archive series have great narration
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I adore the Night Circus. Neil Gaiman's fiction is similarly dark and goes really well on audiobook. The Ocean at the end of the lane and Neverwhere are both brilliant. American Gods and Good Omens... everything by him really.
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Also Neil narrates some of his own books and his voice is butter.
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Also 'Why We Sleep' is brilliant on audiobook. by Matthew Walker. Fascinating stuff - non fiction.
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I just heard of that one recently, it's on my list now
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nice! thanks for the rec, I don't think I've ever heard of him, so I'll give him a read
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i like those kind of non fiction books for audio books xbwdbvanag will put that on the list
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well, i haven't tried fiction audio books yet actually, so may check out the others
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would definitely recommend either of those series
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both are by brandon sanderson
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and the narrators are great, husband and wife team who also narrated the wheel of time series
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Be warned - the stormlight trilogy is about 150 hours of listening
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yep! I think book 1 and 2 are about 35-40h each iirc
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and book 3 was something like 52h
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book 4 should be out next fall
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i should probably start my audible fiction journey with something a bit shorter ๐Ÿ˜‚
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It's the best value you'll get out of an audible credit though
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truth
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That or the Sherlock Holmes audiobook, every story read by Stephen Fry for 1 credit
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yes! he's my favourite. let me know how you feel about them if you read/listen :)
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I have just finished _A Little Life_ by Hanya Yanagihara and I was so committed to the characters I don't know what to do without them anymore.
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I love it when that happens
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When I finished the Bridgerton series (I like romance, fight me) I was so lost
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I need to finish Seveneves
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i stopped reading it because I got so pissed off about one of the characters and so anxious that they might succeed that I stopped reading lol
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Hahaha
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the Wework books/movies are going to be epic.
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The company of one is a dope book, the great jkbypvmydk is mentioned there too and it actually made me join nomadlist finally ๐Ÿ™‚
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Yeah crazy. I canโ€™t wait for a dramatized, slightly fictional version. Itโ€™s going to be popcorn worthy.
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ltmfmkvemu That entire saga is unbelievable
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And she herself is ridiculous
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inkbtdkxtm Is Bad Blood well written?
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I didn't order that book . . .
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Did you link your amazon account with your partner? All of Chadโ€™s gay romance novels show up on my Kindle. ๐Ÿคฃ
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"Problem with your credit card on file" seems like a riveting book.. probably written by A. Phisher
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Haha
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Exactly
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twxkyotrekvxz with Japanese web novels/manga thereโ€™s a whole genre called BL (boy love), and I think women are the biggest consumers of that.. I wonder if any of the western gay romance novels are really popular with women
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BL is huge here
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I finished it last month. Couldn't put it down - really well written, would recommend
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