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Book Club

We're almost halfway through the November, and ready to move into last month of the year. That means it's time to pick next month's Book Club book!

Starting right now, you can cast your vote for December's selection, and the voting will continue until the end of the month. Here's to hoping that your choice wins. This month every single selection is a whopper and there certainly is a thematic relationship between all of the options. We're going to list them, but not really give anything away about their subject matter because we hate that. Feel free to research at your own risk if you choose. This month, we made sure that every option is available as an ebook as well!

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, by Michael Chabon (2000)
A novel which involves two cousins in the years surrounding World War II who become major characters in the world of comic books, Kavalier and Clay won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2001.

Virtual Light, by William Gibson (1992)
The first book in Gibson's Bridge trilogy, Virtual Light was a finalist for the Hugo Award.

Oryx & Crake, by Margaret Atwood (2003)
A near instant classic of dystopian fiction.

Snow Crash, by Neal Stephenson (1992)
A finalist for both the British Science Fiction Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

Among Others, by Jo Walton (2011)
This year's Hugo Award winner!

Closed Poll
What book do you want to read in December?
  • The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, by Michael Chabon 15%|94 votes
  • Virtual Light, by William Gibson 13%|82 votes
  • Oryx & Crake, by Margaret Atwood 23%|141 votes
  • Snow Crash, by Neal Stephenson 35%|213 votes
  • Among Others, by Jo Walton 13%|80 votes

This poll is closed

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