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If you will ever be in the mood for a real puzzle book check out Book of the New Sun by Gene Wolfe. It takes symbolism, foreshadowing and prose to a whole new level. I don't call things masterpieces very often but this book left me jaws wide open. Other books I've recently read (besides Do Androids) are I am Legend (solid book with a great ending), 5th Head of Cerberus (a great novella about a boy who is being druged by his father every day for years) and Hero of our Age by Ljermontov (awesome book, one of the best I've read this summer, magnificest character portrayal).
I've read Do Androids recently and I haven't noticed too many similar themes and honestly I find Ergo Proxy a much better work. What particulary bothered me was how breef the exposition of concepts was and how unexplored they were. I felt like it's missing another 100 pages to go into details. Also, the questioning of what are androids was really really short and it wasn't explored as much as it should have been IMO. It's still a good thriller with great concepts but it's a bit too light, but that's probably because I mostly read books that focus a lot more on philosophy (Wolfe, Dostoyevsky, Kiergegaard are the best authors I've recently read)
Well whenever I'm invited to do a video I jump in, I haven't seen that many anime as the rest of the crew so I skip them out for that reason. If I ever make a YT channel it would be book reviews as I read more book than watch anime. And the only reason I didn't mention LoGH is because I haven't seen it. I somehow can't find the motivation to watch a 110 episode anime.
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Yes I was indeed on the Jerry Springer show. Feel free to look up the episode on Bronies. That's me.