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[Editor's note: Here's a fun article we shared last year ... #TBT Halloween edition!] Readers Beware: not all these novels appear spooky at first: but as we’ve learned, it’s not fair to judge a book by its cover—much less its synopsis.

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Debut novelist and self-proclaimed space nerd Andy Weir manages to make every moment of astronaut Mark Watney’s outer-space ordeal painstakingly realistic and believable.

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Have you ever read outside your comfort zone? If so, tell us about it in the comments! Was it inspiring or disastrous?

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Reader Spotlight: Review of Adam Sternbergh’s Shovel Ready

We love our book blogger friends. Kathy at BermudaOnion has been a member of the RIF community for years. Her sister Karen won a copy of Adam Sternbergh's Shovel Ready from us and wrote a review.

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