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In this episode we discuss book 2 of the Sundering event for the Forgotten Realms, the Godborn by Paul S. Kemp. We discussed this book in it's entirety (instead of breaking it up) for November/December of 2013.

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RA Salvatore joins us in this episode of the Tome Book Club discussing the second half of the Companions, the first book of the Sundering.


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The Tome Book Club chatted about the first half of the Companions, the first book of the Sundering by RA Salvatore. Later this week we'll discuss the second half of the book and bring you an interview with Salvatore, himself. 


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In this episode we discuss the gaming self-help book called Odyssey, a book about campaign design/tracking/prep plus we talk to the co-author of this book and author of the last Book Club book, Never Unprepared. 


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In the latest Tome Show Book Club we continue to delve into the realm of nonfiction by reading Never Unprepared, a book about preparing for a game. Enjoy!


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As we catch up on a backlog of Book Club discussions we start by bringing you the second half of our discussion of Hamlet's Hitpoints by Robin D. Laws, whom we speak to in this episode as well.


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In May 2013 we read the first half of Hamlet's Hitpoints by Robin D. Laws for the Tome Show Book Club. This is our discussion.

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In this episode of the Book Club we chat about the second half of Shadowbane: Eye of Justice and talk to the author, Eric Scott Di Bie.

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Eric Paquette and Geoff Winn join Jeff and Tracy to discuss the first half of Eye of Justice, in this installment of the Tome Show book club, which, has us completely caught up on our backlog of episodes (thanks to Sam, our editor, for all his work in getting this done). In April 2013 we will finish Eye of Justice and then in May we will read Hamlet's Hitpoints, a book by Robin D. Laws about the construction of stories.

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