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Book Club: FARENHEIT 451

In today’s episode, we discuss Guy Montag and his quaint life as a fireman in a dystopian society where firemen start fires in order to burn books and any form of knowledge or conflicting viewpoints in history. Written in 1953 but set in the futuristic year of 2022, it is fitting that we have selected FARENHEIT 451 as pick-of-the-month for September. Join Joel & me as we discuss and critique this classic work.

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Book Club: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

After a long break we dust off the cover of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court and dive right back into the 19th century Hank Morgan’s adventures in using his modern knowledge to tilt the acceleration of history. His exploits are fascinating, but what does the book tell us about clever trickery, using modern-day knowledge as wizardry, the application of knowledge, and how quickly people can adapt to change? 

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