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The Library Game

The Library Game

Love reading but hate making decisions? Hate reading and prefer for two completely unqualified critics to fill you in instead? Just generally stuck in a reading rut? Paradoxically all three? This podcast is for you. Join us in letting the universe decide our literary fates, leading us down paths we’d never choose on our own. It’s a journey to broaden our tastes and horizons and you never know wher... more

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A pukey meetcute, a love/hate relationship with Kate Hudson, and the most beautiful appendage in the world. All this and more in this episode on Perfect Tunes by Emily Gould.

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18 days ago

It's time for our first Strange Encounter! We get extra weird with Michael Scott Clifton's "The Janus Witch", a magical, gory, thrilling romance complete with love, treachery, and gravity defying bosoms.

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2 months ago

The romance novel Amy's been dreaming of...or is it? Find out with us with Always My Girl by Samantha Chase.

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3 months ago

We're back, witches! Season 2 kicks off with a fantasy smorgasbord with Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. Magic? Check. War? Check. Super special orphan girl? Duh. Excessive fart jokes? Unexpected but also check.

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4 months ago

To wrap up the first season, we get a little meta and review our own show. No RSSB for today, but never fear as there are still a bunch of new books covered in this episode!

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6 months ago

Amy sends us on a trip to the scariest high school ever and we all take a meat swim in A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik.

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7 months ago

Have you found yourself saying "Ok Amy, but tell me what you really think" up til now? This episode is for you. Join us as we discover If You Can Get It by Brendan Hodge.

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8 months ago

Take a trip into the bizarro fantasy world of The Wurms of Blearmouth by Steven Erikson. They have magic, they have lizard cats, they have unusual anatomical anomalies. Truly something for everyone. Write that down, scribe!

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9 months ago

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