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6 Bookish Degrees of Separation

6 Bookish Degrees of Separation

Inspired by the 6 Degrees of Separation meme hosted by Annabel Smith and Emma Chapman, we recreating something similar with #6BookishDegreesofSeparation. The theme for the first link in the chain June is ✮ First

  1. The ✮ first ✮ book I finished this month was Fledgling by Octavia Butler.
  2. The first book I finished this year was Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike #3), Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling). Both books are awesome.
  3. Career of Evil made my list of #ReadThis 3 Thrilling Mystery Books With Gasp Inducing Plot Twists as did Police (Harry Hole #10), Jo Nesbo. And it so happens that both books feature my favorite detectives in fiction (right now).6 Bookish Degrees of Separation
  4. Reading Police this year made me all caught up with the Harry Hole ✮ series ✮. Another series which I loved, and managed to catch up with recently is The Lunar Chronicles, when I read Winter, Marissa Meyer.
  5. Winter features ✮ discrimination against cyborgs and androids ✮ which reminded me of Amped, Daniel H. Wilson where people with implanted devices are capable of super-human feats, and they are generally hated on.
  6. The ✮ superhuman ✮ aspect of Amped reminds me of Brilliance, Marcus Sakey, in which there are people capable of doing amazing things, although in Brilliance, they are born with the ability.

So 6 books linked together by – First – Plot Twists – Books in Series – Discrimination against androids and syborgs – Superhuman abilities. Have you read any of the books?

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