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The Two Towers’ landscape passages… a lot of the book is from Sam’s POV, and he’s the gardener, and Ithilien is packed with flower names in a way that not even the Shire is when he’s not the viewpoint character. So there’s so much lore that he clearl... more
‘Hm, but you are hasty folk, I see,’ said Treebeard. ‘I am honoured by your confidence; but you should not be too free all at once. […] I’ll call you Merry and Pippin if you please – nice names. For I am not going to tell you my name, not yet at any ... more
“I want to know everything, everything,” screeched Harriet suddenly, lying back and bouncing up and down on the bed. “Everything in the world, everything, everything. I will be a spy and know everything.” [Ole Golly said,] “It won’t do you a bit of g... more
Suzanne ruins an otherwise excellent podcast by talking too fast to the point she is often unintelligible. Slow down.
This show is insightful and the book choices are so much better than the many Joe Businessman choices we are stuck with in our office book club. The books discussed here I have actually read or have always wanted to read, and have not much to do with Arts of Wars it whatever sociopath training manuals the corporate types at work pick to self gloss. Thank you for giving me a sane place to come to for great discussions about really great books.
The conversations between the hosts draw us in to the works they discuss, whether we’ve read them or not, exploring themes and style and the connections to the society they were written in as well as to universal aspects of life we can all recognize. A pleasure to listen to, and it’s given me a lot to think about with works I’ve known a long time, and introduced me to a few new ones!
I've listened to episodes 3 and 1 in that order. I absolutely love how they don't try to cover everything but dive deeply into the parts of the stories that most move them. It's clear that the hosts really love these books and do a great job in conveying that feeling to the listener.
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this podcast launched 4 years ago and published 91 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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