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    I just downloaded The Troop based off your recommendation. Here we go!
    Nice! Let me know how you end up liking it.
    100 pages in. So far, so good!

    I love Cutter's descriptive powers.
    The Troop is on my read list
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    I just downloaded The Troop based off your recommendation. Here we go!
    Nice! Let me know how you end up liking it.
    100 pages in. So far, so good!

    I love Cutter's descriptive powers.
    Right?! It's so rare for me to sink into a story with such ease, but it felt as comfortable as King's writing style. I'm looking forward to reading more of his stuff.

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    This is a public service announcement for the benefit of all humanity: new Laird Barron just came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeDealInLead View Post
    Children of Ruin by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Phenomenal stuff.

    I'm actually rereading the first hundred or so pages, it's that good.
    This was amazing. If you like the modern science fiction writers like Cixin Liu but you grew up on Arthur C. Clarke, this just might be for you. The theme actually isn't unlike 2001 and Childhood's End (in short, the next stage of evolution) but this time it's humans who venture out to terraform planets. Except it's not a monolith but a nanovirus.

    This is top tier science fiction.

    I'm about to read The Grand Dark by Richard Kadrey, best known for his Sandman Slim series.

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