Watcha Reading?

Finally finished Outside Context Problem, a very long book, 543 pages. As I wrote last week “It’s not the greatest writing style (not that I could do better), a bit sophomoric, but the overall concept is excellent, as are the characters, the plot, and the buildup.” An invasion from aliens, the United States has gone done. There are two follow ups, haven’t started them yet, though I will read them.

Started on Clone Hunter by Victor Methos. What if Humans started mass cloning? And then used the clones as slaves? For hard labor, fighting, and sex? And treated them like toys that could be broken and replaced? What if one rebelled?

I’ve also been slowly reading The Mad, Mad, Mad World Of Climatism. I’ll provide a write up once I finally finish, but, let me say that this should be the one book that every Warmist, and those on the fences, should read. Heck, even if you do not buy into “climate change”, you should read it. The facts and figures, along with the history, of “climate change” is put in an excellent format that anyone can easily understand.

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2 Responses to “Watcha Reading?”

  1. gitarcarver says:

    For me, the ol’ Nook is fired up to a book on Patrick Henry. Very interesting read as there is always something new (at least to me) about the life of Henry, the times in which he lived and how the repercussions and influence of his actions reverberate to this day.

    After that it is going to be Jeff Shaara’s new book, “A Chain of Thunder.”

  2. Phineas says:

    Finished reading “Masters and Commanders,” about the direction of grand strategy at the highest levels of the Allies in WWII: the relations between FDR, gen. Marshall, Churchill, and Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke. Odd to think a book about conferences and telegrams could be interesting, but it was. Quite so, in fact.

    For my science fiction fix, I’m working through “Eight Worlds Of C.M. Kornbluth,” soon to be followed by “The Wailing Asteroid,” by Murray Leinster. (Getting myself acquainted with authors of the 40s-60s who are well-regarded, but largely forgotten, now.)

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