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Lisa's BFBs in 2020

2020 BIG FAT BOOK CHALLENGE

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1LisaMorr
Jan 12, 8:34pm Top

Looking forward to reading some BFBs in 2020. I've got 16 identified, and some others might slip in.

2johnsimpson
Jan 13, 5:00pm Top

Welcome Lisa.

3MissWatson
Jan 14, 3:48am Top

Welcome and happy reading!

4connie53
Jan 14, 1:58pm Top

Welcome Lisa!

5LisaMorr
Jan 14, 5:21pm Top

6LisaMorr
Edited: Jan 14, 5:22pm Top


#1 Xenocide by Orson Scott Card
592 pages
Category: Ender's Game
Fits: SFFKit, AlphaKIT

Xenocide is the third book in the Ender's Game series and explores the increasing risk to Lusitania, a planet housing the only other two sentient species in the galaxy, along with a virus that would kill every human if it could. The book starts in space as Ender's sister travels to Lusitania to see her brother. It also reaches far away to a planet called Path, where certain citizens are touched by God, which causes them to be both incredibly smart and also servants to brutal OCD symptoms. Card somehow brings this all together into a really interesting mix, at times having the two non-human sentient species talk to each other. A good book and I'm looking forward to what happens next.

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