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CNET Book Club Holiday 2018 gift guide special

first_imgSubscribe: CNET RSS | iTunes | FeedBurner | Google Play | TuneIn | Stitcher    Sarah Tew/CNET Dan’s picks: Dungeons & Dragons Art and Arcana: A Visual History by Sam Witwer, Michael Witwer, Kyle Newman and Jon Peterson See it at AmazonHouse of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski See it at AmazonShip of Theseus by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst See it at AmazonStranger Things: Worlds Turned Upside Down by Gina McIntyre See it at AmazonPaperbacks from Hell by Grady Hendrix See it at AmazonThe Moviemaking Magic of Star Wars: Creatures & Aliens by Mark Salisbury  See it at AmazonGiraffes on Horseback Salad by Josh Frank, Tim Heidecker and Manuela Pertega See it at Amazon71a3utwpajlA spread from Wonderbook.  Harry N. Abrams Scott’s picks Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer (listen to our CNET Book Club interview with Jeff here) See it at AmazonTheory of Fun for Game Design by Raph Koster See it at AmazonThe Electric State by Simon Stalenhag See it at AmazonCodex Seraphinianus by Luigi Serafini See it at Amazon About CNET Book Club The Book Club is hosted by a pair of self-proclaimed book experts: Dan Ackerman (author of the nonfiction video game history book The Tetris Effect), and Scott Stein, a playwright and screenwriter. We’ll be announcing our next Book Club selection soon, so send us your suggestions and keep an eye out for updates on Twitter at @danackerman and @jetscott. Previous episodes Episode 1: Borne by Jeff VanderMeer Episode 2: Walkaway by Cory Doctorow Episode 3: Artemis by Andy Weir Episode 4: Down the River Unto the Sea by Walter MosleyEpisode 5: Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now by Jaron LanierSubscribe to CNET Book Club: CNET RSS | iTunes | FeedBurner | Google Play | TuneIn | Stitcher Your browser does not support the audio element. 0 Tags Culture For many readers, ourselves included, books are most often consumed via Kindle or another e-book platform. Sure, there’s something lost in the transition from paper to screen, but the convenience and storage capacity of Kindle readers, or phones and tablets using e-book software, far outweighs the compromises. Except when the opposite is true.  Some books work better, or only, in physical format. We’ve compiled some of our favorites for a special Holiday Gift Guide edition of CNET Book Club, where we talk about awesome art books, tabletop books and just plain strange books that will never translate well to a Kindle screen. On the plus side, they make excellent real-world holiday gifts, and look better wrapped up than an e-book gift code. Many brick-and-mortar book stores are open until the wee hours in the days before Christmas, so there’s still time to get someone an awesome nondigital gift. Disclaimer: CNET may earn commission from the products featured on this page.  CNET Book Club: Holiday 2018 Gift Guide Specialcenter_img Post a comment Share your voice Holiday Gift Guide 2018 CNET Book Club E-bookslast_img

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