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The Martian: A Novel by Andy Weir: I finished this book in less than 24 hours. A friend recommended it to me, saying that never in her life did intense geometry and space talk seem so suspenseful and interesting. She was right. This book is a gripping sci-fi read, but you don't have to be a sci-fi buff to like it. Main character is a bit of a science bro, and there are a few 'did you have to go there' gender moments. Strong recommend, though.

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10 Great Science Fiction Novels with Go-Back-To-Bed Depressing Endings

Such a great and sad book about a man who gets surgery to increase his intelligence. Teen/Adult Fiction

The third "book" that we read as a group. So addictive that almost all of us burned through all three in less than a month! Big fan, can't wait for the movie in March!

My first hosting was for this book. Really a fascinating read, historical fiction following Hemingway's first marriage from the prospective of his wife. Very sad, since it is essentially about its dissolution.

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Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan. "The true story of a healthy young woman who had her entire world shattered by a mysterious infection in her brain. She had no memory of her illness and used her investigative journalism skills to discover exactly what had happened to her."

The first line (or first few lines) of the most famous books of all time - Imgur

Lucky Bitch: A Guide for Exceptional Women to Create Outrageous Success by Denise Duffield-Thomas