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TCCL Book Groups

To find a TCCL book discussion near you hover over the Classes and Events tab on our home page, then click on Online Event Guide. At the top of the page where it says 'Filter by' select the following options in each category:

  • Location: Select a specific branch or choose 'Any' to include all libraries
  • Audience: Adults
  • Event type: Book review or discussion
 

This Week's Pick for Book Clubs

2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson

/* Starred Review */ Robinson (Galileo’s Dream) delivers a challenging, compelling masterpiece of science fiction. In a spectacularly depicted future of interplanetary colonization, humanity has spread across the entire solar system, from miniature biomes in hollowed-out asteroids to a moving city racing the fatal rays of the sun on Mercury. Mercurian artist and biome designer Swan Er Hong is struggling to cope with her grandmother’s death and an unexpected meteor strike when she gets caught up in a scientific conspiracy that touches on both the political and economic schemes of space-based humans, including Saturn’s ring-surfing moon dwellers and the secretive factions controlling slowly terraforming Venus, as well as the quasi-independent quantum computers called qubes. As Swan, the saturnine diplomat Fitz Wahram, and interplanetary investigator Jean Genette delve into the possible connections among a series of mysterious incidents, Robinson’s extraordinary completeness of vision results in a magnificently realized, meticulously detailed future in which social and biological changes keep pace with technological developments. (Publishers Weekly)

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