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    I really like JL Bryan's Ghost trapper series. The first three are free right now on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Ellie-Jordan-...language=en_US

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    Mindf*ck
    Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America
    by Christopher Wylie

    http://www.randomhousebooks.com/books/604375/

    This is the book of science in politics (not science fiction) that richly describes our here & now - as well as how and why we arrived at this here & now - in excruciating and fact-based detail. It is the red pill that shows you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Not for the closed-minded or ethically squeamish, this book will have you rethinking the depth of your social media presence.


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    A Game of Thrones
    by George R. R. Martin

    This is the first volume of 'A Song of Ice and Fire', the series that was made into the HBO series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalacticKegger View Post
    Mindf*ck
    Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America
    by Christopher Wylie

    http://www.randomhousebooks.com/books/604375/

    This is the book of science in politics (not science fiction) that richly describes our here & now - as well as how and why we arrived at this here & now - in excruciating and fact-based detail. It is the red pill that shows you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Not for the closed-minded or ethically squeamish, this book will have you rethinking the depth of your social media presence.

    I'm glad you mentioned this, I don't read a lot of non fiction but this really sparked my interest.

    I am about to start The Great Leveler by Walter Scheidel, it looks to be pretty dark, but very interesting how he ties economic disparity with societal collapse, going back through recorded history and before.

    On the fiction front, I'm almost done with Matter by Iain Banks, it's the 8th book in his Culture series, really good stuff, only two left and then I will have to find me a new series. He passed back in 2013 so no more coming either...

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