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Interstellar by Greg Keyes
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it was amazing
Recommended to John by: Kip Throne
Recommended for: Not stupid people

Of course, most people would agree that the movie was good, but actors these days mumble so much and call it acting that you sometimes don't get all the important dialogue. I bought this immediately after seeing the movie and having finished it more than two years later, I've got not only all the character dialogue, but more insight into the character personalities and motives and even their feelings even though the acting was excellent (aside from mumbling and calling it acting). By all means, see the movie, but even if you don't, this book is excellently written, and in fact is one of the best novelizations of a movie that I've ever read. And if you'd like to know more of the actual physics that this novel is loaded with, I highly recommend Kip Thorne's The Science of Interstellar .
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Reading Progress

November 11, 2014 – Started Reading
November 11, 2014 – Shelved
January 17, 2016 –
5.0% "“Murphy’s Law doesn’t mean bad stuff will happen,” he explained gently, really wanting her to understand. “It means ‘whatever can happen… will happen.’ And that sounded just fine to us.”"
January 31, 2017 –
100.0% "Done!"
January 31, 2017 – Finished Reading

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