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What the Pop Sci folks are reading right now

The books on our end-of-summer reading list.
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I never know what to read, so I asked my coworkers. Then I wrote it down here. Here is what the PopSci editors and writers are reading when we are away from our desks.

The Dead Mountaineer's Inn

The Dead Mountaineer's Inn

Amazon

"The Dead Mountaineer’s Inn is like Hercule Poirot on Mars. Well, sort of. Maybe. It’s your classic locked-room mystery. But, also something else entirely." —Tom McNamara

The Dead Mountaineer's Inn by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky. Amazon; $16.

Dragonlance Chronicles

Dragonlance Chronicles

Amazon

"I'm reading the again for the first got me amped for some old-school dragons. It's one of the best classical fantasy series ever. This is book one of a four-book run that's tied to the seasons." —

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