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The Official Unnofficial Book Group Book Discussion thread

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29 Nov
12:20pm, 29 Nov 2019
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I think he was probably thinking about the Superdeath
29 Nov
1:56pm, 29 Nov 2019
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Aren't we all?
29 Nov
6:52pm, 29 Nov 2019
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Each group is associated with a specific thread; but not every thread has an associated group.

(Am I right?)

(Or isn't that what we're talking about anyway?)
5 Dec
9:43am, 5 Dec 2019
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I've started reading 21st Century Yokel, by Tom Cox. I'd highly recommend it to people who like walking and nature and that sort of thing.

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Maintained by Diogenes
Unofficial books, underground discussion, MASSIVE SPOILERS.

Some of the most discussed books include:

The Salt Path by Raynor Winn
(Memoir of a homeless couple walking the SWCP)

Milkman by Anna Burns
(Superlative prize-winning fiction)
Hive link: hive.co.uk

The Player Of Games by Iain M. Banks (Sci-Fi)
Hive link: hive.co.uk

The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley (weird steampunk bollox)
Hive link: hive.co.uk
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