/r/Halo’s Book Club – a journey begins


April 18, 2014 by DayandKnightly

As I mentioned in the last post /r/Halo has been a discovery for me, and one that I’m glad to have had.

One of the reasons for this is the book club they recently started, with The Fall of Reach being first on the list.

It’s always hard to find time to read, and having a schedule like this really helps me to plan ahead and carve out a space so I can keep up.

I’ve received permission from the mod who set this up – Afterbang – to post my answers to the questions he poses from each chapter here on Reactive Bias. That way you can follow along with me and I get to keep all my Halo thoughts in one place. Nice!

Feel free to join us over on /r/Halo or leave me your thoughts in the comments as I post each set of questions and my reactions. I’ve found AB’s questions help me look at the text in new ways, and I’m seeing things I didn’t notice before.

Halo Ann. Ring

The more you look the more there is

Good stuff, and reminds me of one of the strengths of the Halo Universe – the more you look, the more there is.


>>>>>>>[Post tenebras lux]


2 thoughts on “/r/Halo’s Book Club – a journey begins

  1. If you’re interested in learning more about Halo, also try Larry Niven’s *Ringworld* — which was written about 30 years prior to Halo being released.

    • I’ve heard of “Ringworld” and the Halo connection before – unfortunately I haven’t read Niven’s work.

      Have you heard Greg Bear? He wrote the Forerunner Trilogy (among many others) and if you liked Niven’s work you may like his as well.

      Or not – just a thought 🙂

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