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Dance of Gods I: Spell of Catastrophe open wikipedia on the title Notes on The Dance of Gods
Mayer Alan Brenner open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.mayerbrenner.com

Mayer Alan Brenner's "The Dance of Gods" series was published by DAW Books in the 1990s. A witty and intelligent science / fantasy crossover, Pratchett meets Zelazny meets Douglas Adams, it also prefigures Charles Stross in interesting ways. The series follows a cluster of raffish characters through overlapping and colliding story lines in a wonderfully realized world.

"The humour was never farcical, always intelligent, but there was a certain madcap, slyness to it which I haven't experienced in fantasy for quite a while. Some scenes had me laughing out loud -- not good when traveling with a bunch of strangers, but a perfect remedy to Life..." -- The Book Swede

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Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ open wikipedia on the title 
Lew Wallace open wikipedia on the author (1827 - 1905) 

Lewis "Lew" Wallace was a lawyer, governor, Union general in the American Civil War, and American statesman. He is best remembered for Ben-Hur, an historical fiction set amongst the characters of the New Testament. It was America's best selling novel for nearly sixty years after it's publication.

Follow the wikipedia link to see a great photo of the author.

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The Man-eaters of Tsavo open wikipedia on the title 
John Henry Patterson open wikipedia on the author (1867 - 1947) 

The books tells the true story of attacks by man-eating lions on the Uganda railway in Tsavo Kenya in 1898. Over one hundred people were killed in under a year. The attacks stopped only after the all the lions had been tracked down and killed by Patterson.

In the 1996 film The Ghost and the Darkness Val Kilmer played Patterson.

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Dogland open wikipedia on the title http://qwertyranch.blogspot.com/2007/07/dogland.html
Will Shetterly open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://qwertyranch.blogspot.com/

Will Shetterly is a Minnesota gubernatorial candidate and author of many novels

The floridian magical realism of Dogland follows the Nix family as they move across the country to create DOGLAND and the US moves into the turbulent sixties

Though the novels setting in a tourist attraction featuring hundreds of dog breeds might seem pure whimsy, it is apparently autobiographical.

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"...of all the books I've read, Ginny Good is the only book that had me simultaneously crying my eyeballs out and laughing my head off. Several times throughout, in fact. In a word: WOW"

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Code v2 open wikipedia on the title http://codev2.cc/
Lawrence Lessig open wikipedia on the author ( - ) http://www.lessig.org/

Lessig's "Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace" was published in 1999. The book quickly began to define a certain vocabulary for thinking about the regulation of cyberspace. More than any other social space, cyberspace would be controlled or not depending upon the architecture, or "code," of that space. And that meant regulators, and those seeking to protect cyberspace from at least some forms of regulation, needed to focus not just upon the work of legislators, but also the work of technologists.

Code v2 updates the original work. It is not, as Lessig writes in the preface, a "new work." Written in part collectively, through a Wiki hosted by JotSpot, the aim of the update was to recast the argument in the current context, and to clarify the argument where necessary.

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Madame Bovary open wikipedia on the title 
Gustave Flaubert open wikipedia on the author (1821 - 1880) 

A seminal work of Realism, and one of the most influential novels ever written.

"What is remarkable in Madame Bovary is that its mediocre beings, with their earthbound ambitions and pedestrian problems, impress us, by virtue of the structure and the writing that create them, as beings who are out of the ordinary within their ordinary manner of being." - Mario Vargas Llosa, in The Perpetual Orgy

The novel focuses on a doctor's wife, Emma Bovary, as she spirals out of control trying to escape the banalities and emptiness of provincial life.

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