Tonight on the GeekNights Book Club, we bring you our full and final thoughts on The Ear, the Eye, and the Arm (and the Oxford Comma) by Nancy Farmer. It's a charming, light book, set in a future Africa, that should be an enjoyable read for anyone who isn't a filthy Gondwanan.
Up next on the GeekNights Book Club, we discuss The Little Prince and Wind, Sand, and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exup
This month (July 2011) on the GeekNights Book Club, we discuss Isaac Asimov's Foundation. It's a science fiction classic that every person should read, and it might not be quite what you expect.
The next book, for August 2011, is The Ear, The Eye, and The Arm by Nancy Farmer.
Tonight on GeekNights, we review, under the auspices of the GeekNights Book Club, Michio Kaku's Hyperspace. Scott is happy about a surprisingly effective law against strangulation, and Rym is amazed at the fear young punk kids instill in the old and white of Ohio.
Tonight, we bring you our frank discussion of Max Brooks' World War Z in the latest installment of the GeekNights Book Club.
Tonight on GeekNights we bring our thoughts on Ray Bradbury's The Golden Apples of the Sun to conclude this segment of the GeekNights Book Club. The next book will be World War Z by Max Brooks. In the news, we consider what happens to the things we forget from books, and Congress decides to address an ancient problem too little too late with CALM(A).
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Scott Lynch's The Lies of Locke Lamora under the banner of the GeekNights Book Club. Spoilers come at the end, so enjoy the review even if you haven't read the book yet. In the non-book news, Scott has nothing to say until he does, and old people hate small children.