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Mike Denison is the audience engagement editor at Science News. Before joining the staff in 2017, he was a social media producer at The Palm Beach Post. A native of the Philadelphia suburbs, he graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2014 with a double major in journalism and psychology.
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Psalms For The End Of The World
'Ingenious and compelling' THE TIMES
Cole Haddon - 2022-09-01
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Explore the interconnected lives of people from different time periods, places, and dimensions in this mind-bending novel. Follow Gracie as she uncovers the truth about the universe while on the run with a man accused of being a mass-murderer. This book spans centuries and continents, and will take you on a journey of love, grief, and quantum entanglement. It's a must-read for fans of David Mitchell, Emily St. John Mandel, Neil Gaiman, and Margaret Atwood.
Mike Denison
I just finished this book. It’s wild. Bravo, Haddon, I’ll be thinking about this one for a while.      source
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A Novel in Six Novellas
Josh Malerman - 2021-05-18 (first published in 2017)
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Goblin is a collection of interlinked horror stories that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. From a man who sends his girlfriend body parts to a hunter lost in the North Woods, each tale is more chilling than the last. With a mix of horror, suspense, and adventure, Josh Malerman takes readers on a haunting journey through the twisted city of Goblin.
Mike Denison
This book was great!      source
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George Orwell - 2022-07-01 (first published in 1949)
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This influential text from the 20th century delves into a dark and dystopian world unlike any other. Written in 1949 by political satirist George Orwell, the novel portrays a totalitarian society that is both bureaucratic and terrifying. The author's foresight in predicting the future of modern life is remarkable, with themes that are still relevant today. Taking readers through a journey of surveillance, propaganda, and isolation, it is no wonder why 1984 is among the most terrifying novels ever written. A must-read for those seeking a thought-provoking exploration of individuality and the true extent of government control.
Mike Denison
@DonaldJTrumpJr Love that book! What do you think Billy Pilgrim’s best line was?      source
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Men to Avoid in Art and Life
Nicole Tersigni - 2020-08-11
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A hilarious and relatable book that shares moments when men attempt to explain things to women that they know nothing about. Based on a viral Twitter thread, the situations range from clumsy comments about the female anatomy to defending catcalling. You won't be able to put it down!
Mike Denison
It’s a wonderful book!      source
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Howard Stern Comes Again
Howard Stern - 2019-05-14
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In "Howard Stern Comes Again," the legendary radio host shares his most iconic interviews and reflects on his transformative career. With behind-the-scenes stories and new commentary, this book is a must-read for fans of his irreverent humor and boundary-pushing style. Don't miss out on the return of the King of All Media.
Mike Denison
@HowardStern @SteveMartinToGo It’s a great book, Stern      source