The Page Turner reader interview of this week is with Ryan Krueckeberg, who is on the board of Young Leaders and works at Lincoln Financial Group.
“I must admit, I am quite a huge nerd in regards to my reading. I read lots of science fiction. My love for that read David Eddings and began back when I was in high school’ ‘Belgariad,’ a novel. That introduced and space opera and me. I have seen the pictures, however they constantly change things to create them more cinematic. The youngster say, ‘the novel was not worse.’
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“But mostly the novel is all about the brand new life we strike — where their technology is way beyond ours, unsolveable for us — and we do not comprehend them. That is on a planet that is tiny, as well as the inhabitants are extremely competitive and educated. Ours poked our noses in to where the dwell, so that they came after us. That is composed on an enormous scale, as well as characters and the scientific theories are extremely well developed.
The youngster now have acquired a preference and low budget movies. I also have read writers who have been inspired by Robert Chambers, although The youngster’ve read a few of Stephen King’s novels. H.P. Lovecraft is among those who composed in the early 1900s and is likely the daddy of weird fiction. It is not horror that is bloody; we’ve got no control over a couple and it is about cosmic things which are on the market. We are not so large. There is a feeling that is Gothic. Researchers do not get too close.
“Another genre I am interested in: I am kind of huge on science. I totally loved ‘Incontrovertible,’ which covers the discussion who believes in Bill Nye and creationism, claiming for development. And someone simply redid the Carl Sagan show, ‘Cosmo.’
Cosmo have reread it and read it first. These novels with all the memories they hold are iconic in my experience.”