Book of the Week…

…I’m thinking about it, I’m thinking about it.  Everything that I’ve read recently has either been something that I’ve already done, or something that’s part of a series, or not really Book of the Week.  I’m kind of stumped.


  • Skip says:

    This week for me is ‘Hidden Empire’, by Orson Scott Card. Of course, that probably qualifies as ‘Series’ if OSC’s history repeats itself, but it seems OK so far. After that is Sarah Hoyt’s ‘Darkship Thieves’.

  • Jeff Weimer says:

    How about a nice old classic – Heinlein’s Double Star. I finally got a copy (ebook) of it and just couldn’t put it down until I finished.

  • Sowell’s Economic Facts and Fallacies?

    Oh, wait. Fiction. How about Dorothy L. Sayers’s The Nine Tailors? They won’t be expecting that!

    • Moe_Lane says:

      No, I do nonfiction ones, too. But Sayers isn’t a bad call, although her 1930s attitudes towards race do jar from time to time. That being said, Gaudy Night is one of her best.

  • Joshua says:

    How about a recommendation of the best introductory book to Henry Turtledove’s work?

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