THEY WERE A LIFETIME TOGETHER
And here’s the video:
“The Adoration of Jenna Fox” represents the first in a three book series by Mary E. Pearson.
Marketed as a young adult series, it is perhaps some of the most intelligent science fiction I have ever read.
Exploring the nature of the human soul.
What does that have to do with anything relating to this post, Shelley?
Congratulations John. OMW has become one of my favorite books and one of the few that I re-read every so often.
Congrats! But shouldn’t it be “Lasersword Book Club”? Hate to be nit-pickey.
Sword & Laser is used to represent Fantasy & Science Fiction. It’s a really well done show. The hosts are great and the topics and interviews are interesting.
What took them so long? They gonna do a review on the Hobbit next month?
Congrats. Great video.
@Jimbot, they had the December Wrap-up on Good Reads and http://www.swordandlaser.com/, but Geek and Sundry has been slow to update over the holidays.
Ironically, I’d found John here, through The Story Board on Geek & Sundry (Youtube channel, but not listed on geekandsundry.com) after OMW was posted as the January pick (back in Nov/Dec). However, it wasn’t until yesterday that I put 2 and 2 together to realise this month’s laser read was the same and this blogger/author here.
I read OMW in three sittings yesterday (Chapter 1/2 while on smoke breaks and eating lunch, and the rest between 6pm and 2am). I just couldn’t put it down! Having gotten a taste, I’m going to buy and read the whole series for sure, and am especially glad that The Human Division is coming out this spring, as I hate to wait for new books.
I’m pleased too! OMW deserves the shout-out. I’d probably better buy the book, though, since it seems reading it on my phone didn’t count…
The fantastic thing about this is that I just finished Redshirts over the first three days of January and now I am starting Old Man’s War along with the group. Super speed to catch up for Human Division, but hey, at least your writing is okay. :)
Your check to Nick is in the mail?
Hey, it’s Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt, reviewing OLD MAN’S WAR! :)
I love it when my favorite netcasters talk about a book from my favorite author.
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