What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)

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What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)
What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)

First a quick catch-up because I arrived at this a little late. This summer NPR asked its audience for the top 100 science fiction and fantasy novels. The audience dutifully responded.

Not long thereafter, SFSignal offered a massive flowchart to help the overwhelmed sort out which of the 100 would be right for them. “There are (obviously) 100 end points and over 325 decision points.” So much for aiding the overwhelmed.

But that brings us to today (or actually yesterday, but I clicked it today): An Interactive Guide to NPR’s List of Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books. This is the direct link.

Tricia recently made a strong Neil Gaiman pitch (sorry I don’t recall the context), so the fact that he’s got 4 spots on the top 100 list seals the deal for me.

What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)

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