These 5 Books Will Give You Geeky Knowledge You Won’t Find Anywhere Else #SciFiSunday
Awesome post for sci-fi film/tv buffs from Ryan Britt over at Tor.com.
The only thing better than binge-watching your favorite SFF movies or TV series is reading a bunch of cool facts about them. Behind-the-scenes books about science fiction movies and TV shows are sometimes overlooked by fans, partially because so much nerdy information exists online. And yet, in the pages of great behind-the-scenes books, you’ll find things you really can’t find anywhere else. Even when you think you know something, there’s always another detail in a behind-the-scenes book that will be missing from Wikipedia, or, paradoxically, articles like this one.
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