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John Scalzi Introduces New Sci-Fi Novel

Kenneth McNulty
7 p.m., Thursday June 13 | Free

 John Scalzi is introducing The Human Division, his new Sci-Fi novel that is going back to the world he crafted in the Old Man's War. This new book follows the events of The Last Colony. The people of Earth have knowledge that the Human Colonial Union has kept them unknowing of the perilous universe around them. Alien races have bound together to go against the Colonial Union, they've invited the people of Earth to join them, but will they?



Where: Books & Co. (Beavercreek)
Phone: 937-429-2169
Address: 4453 Walnut St.
Website: www.booksandco.com/

Books & Co. (Beavercreek)

4453 Walnut St.
Beavercreek, OH
45440
 
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