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The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

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After battling through 50 pages that neither Dan nor Wendee thought they would survive, they bat around Robert A. Heinlein's 1966 Hugo winner The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. In this book, things get political; a computer decides not to enslave and destroy; the hosts see how enjoyable a book can be and still give them serious reservations; and a strong, independent woman would like to know how you take your coffee. [ 1:57:59 || 57.0 MB ]

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I was talking with a coworker and the subject of favorite kinds of books came up. I shared that I loved the Heinlein Juveniles. He told me that he actually met Heinlein several times in Colorado. He also went nostalgic about when conventions were attended by the few and not by crowds, but I was too thrilled knowing I now had one degree of separation from R.A.H..

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Yesterday I saw that Citizen of the Galaxy has been made into a comic book and showed him the three issues. He said it was one of the few times that there was a faithful adaptation to his books. He also caught the little easter egg at the begininng.

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It is distributedy by IDW I thoroughly reccommend it to anyone who can get a copy.

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