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"The fruit of fear is ripening. And I see you gather it. You are the harvester."

Here I am, casually working my way through the Hainish books, and I happen upon one that's exceedingly relevant for these times. In The Word for World is Forest, Terrans
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What does the 1893 Columbian Exposition have to do with a prolific serial killer? Well, not too much directly, but in The Devil in the White City, Erik Larson finds a few points of connection. Larson frames this as the story of two men: a creator and ...more
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