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I was getting a little burnt-out with the hard-core programming book, so I looked around for some sci-fi -- nothing that has been done to death, but something really good.

I found "This Perfect Day", by Ira Levin.

Great book! You can read the review over on hn-books if you like.

I've been having a real blast with hn-books. Each week I start and finish a good book on hacking or startups. Lately I've added sci-fi and tools in there just for good measure, since sci-fi helps you relax and tools multiply your impact. It's been fun.

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