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Last post: I added Wayfinders by M.R O'Connor to the list for the next book, but I'm not sure how available that is to everyone. Just to let people know that they might have a problem g... by
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Last post: Earth-Shattering: Violent Supernovas, Galactic Explosions, Biological Mayhem, Nuclear Meltdowns, and Other Hazards to Life in Our Universe - Bob Berman Reading start: 2019-09-... by
Last post: The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements - Sam Kean Reading start: 2019-01-15 Readin... by Murder by Death
Last post: I've read a few chapters, and as a non-Christie person didn't find it all that compelling. Going on the "Read-in" shelf. "Read-in" is rather like a soft DNF, that I might ge... by
Last post: GAH! My life has been riddled with typos the last couple of days. You should see what happens when I'm using the voice recognition software - it is capable of some outstanding... by Murder by Death
Last post: Finished up last night. I listened to the audiobook a few years ago, and definitely liked it more the first time through. MbD - The Popular Science analogy is a good one to... by
Last post: My dentist plays Attenborough shows to his patients when they're in the chair, so I'm guessing he'd definitely struggle to portray Humboldt's energy accurately. It doesn't ... by Murder by Death
Last post: Yeah, just my opinion, but I think Thoreau's chapter was the weakest of the bunch. I had no idea about Marsh, so that was sort of interesting and Muir, while completely not t... by Murder by Death
Last post: I went to a good high school, where I had both science and history (mostly from good teachers) every year - and the name of Humboldt was never brought up. I took a couple of ... by
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