We have some awesome World Fantasy winners to talk about, some exciting casting news for The Magicians and The Expanse, but it really gets interesting when our “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” check-in turns into an ethics of meat-eating discussion.
WHAT ARE WE DRINKING?
Dara: Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar) will adapt Asimov's Foundation trilogy for HBO.
Terpkristin: The 2014 World Fantasy Award winners were announced, you can read the list here. Best novel went to A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar. I think we should think about reading it sometime soon as a sword pick. :) Saladin Ahmed agrees.
Book Discussion: The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Leguin suggested by Carrie Smith.
Next time we'll discuss The Secret Root by D.S. Cahr suggested by Ira. Post your thoughts to the thread and we'll discuss more about them next time!
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BARE YOUR SWORD
What hard science fiction do you like?
Looking For Psychological Horror Recommendations
Terpkristin: MD/DC/NoVa: Looking for more members
BOOK OF THE MONTH DISCUSSION
Check in on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
Bookshelf: The one thing missing in both the book and movie is the coffee.
They got the cigarettes but no coffee. (There should be at least one Night Hawks at the Diner kind of scene).
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