Science Fiction Readers
Titles Over Tea
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Join us as we discuss Don Keith's book Undersea Warrior.
Join us as we review The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester.
Join us as we discuss All Our Names by author Dinaw Mengestu.
Join us as we review All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld. This award-winning novel is an emotionally powerful story about an outsider haunted by an inescapable past.
Join us as we review George Washington's Secret Six by Brian Kilmeade. In August of 1776, Washington recruited a secretive intelligence network known as the Culper Spy Ring to infiltrate New York. In this book they finally receive their recognition.
Join us as we continue our review of The Mammoth Book of SF Stories by Women edited by Alex Dally MacFarlane. This anthology showcases the most exceptional science fiction stories written by women in recent decades.
Join us as we discuss the extraordinary novel Someone by Alice McDermott. This tale of Marie Commeford examines the clarity and confusion lived by an ordinary but unforgettable woman.
Join us as we review The Mammoth Book of SF Stories by Women edited by Alex Dally McFarlane. This anthology showcases the most exceptional science fiction stories written by women in recent decades.
Join us as we discuss Patton and Rommel: Men of War in the Twentieth Century by Dennis Showalter. This book is the first single volume study of the lives of two generals who earned the loyalty of their own men and the respect of their enemies.
Join us as we discuss Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer. The author constructs a view into Chrisopher McCandless's short life. He searches for the clues that propelled McCandless into the Alaskan wilderness. His storytelling blazes through every page.
Join us as we review the classic novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. This dystopian satire offers a terrifying vision of a future society with mindless conformity.
Join us as we review The Blood of Heroes, by James Donovan. This book is considered the definitive account of the epic battle for the Alamo, a 13-day struggle for a free and independent Texas.