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EPISODE 10: Hyperion by Dan Simmons

Richard talks about why he enjoyed Hyperion by Dan Simmons, a science fiction novel about a group of pilgrims who travel to a distant world to meet a terrifyingly powerful being called the Shrike who will grant 1 of those pilgrims a wish, and slaughter the rest. 

EPISODE 9: Aztec Century by Christopher Evans

How might history have been different if Hernán (or Hernando) Cortés had allied with the Aztecs? Matt and Richard discuss Aztec Century, an alternate history novel by Welsh writer Christopher Evans in which the Aztec Empire is a global superpower, and what that means for occupied Britain. 

Marrow by Robert Reed

In this episode of Tome Talk, Richard recommends the science fiction novel Marrow by Robert Reed.
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This episode was hosted by Matt and Richard, and featured narration by Greyskarn The Black. It featured the following songs:
Scott Holmes “Rad Adventures” – Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

The Last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwell

Matt and Richard discuss The Last Kingdom, the first novel in Bernard Cornwell’s series of the same name, now adapted for television by the BBC (starring Alexander Dreymon).

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This video is narrated by Greyskarn The Black, and features the following songs:
Intro: The Dark Asylum “Soul Swallow” – Credits: Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

#2 The Lathe Of Heaven by Ursula Le Guin

Richard and Matt discuss The Lathe Of Heaven, a 1971 science fiction novel centered around George Orr, a man whose dreams could alter reality, even the past. The novel received nominations for the 1972 Hugo[1] and the 1971 Nebula Award,[2] and won the Locus Award for Best Novel in 1972.

Intro: The Great Cold “Orphne” – Credits: Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”