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Today, we are talking Westworld readalikes! Westerns! Artificial Intelligence! WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE?

After sharing their readalikes, Jill and Adam also discuss the first episode of season 2 of Westworld. SPOILERS.

More Westworld Readalikes can be found on OverDrive

Books Mentioned In This Episode

Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson

Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut

Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman

The Gunslinger by Stephen King

True Grit by Charles Portis

Reamde by Neal Stephenson

The Blinds by Adam Sternbergh

The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt

How to Survive a Robot Uprising by Daniel H. Wilson

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