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Episode 117: Personhood (Turtles All the Way Down by John Green)

This week, we’re talking about Turtles All the Way Down, John Green’s newest YA novel!


John Green‘s hosting a literature series on Crash Course! Check out the latest episode on 1984!


We also go on some Harry Potter tangents! Did you pre-order any of the HP novels? Tweet us about it @hardcoverradio


A bit of a sad announcement: Hardcover is going on a long-term hiatus. You can follow us on FB or Twitter to stay up to date with local events, good reads, and future projects. Thank you all so much for your support these past two years!


Thanks for listening!


P.S.  Dune was not good. But it was amazing. But it was really, really bad.

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