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Jonesin’ For a Fix: Books for TV Addicts Who Love Orphan Black

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Can we please talk about Orphan Black for a minute? Because OMG it’s so good. While some series lag in its later seasons, Orphan Black just keeps getting better and better, adding to the Sci-fi mysteries and building a complex world that sweeps the viewer along with it. Tatiana Maslany is a force to be reckoned with, playing each clone with so much skill that you often forget she’s the same person. We clearly love Orphan Black here at BookTrib, so much that we’re still Jonesin’ for it, three years after it first premiered. If you’re not part of the Clone Club like the rest of us, it’s time to remedy that ASAP. Just look at this trailer for season…

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Jonesin’ for a Fix: Books for TV Addicts – Sherlock edition

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The San Diego Comic-Con is officially upon us and, as you’d expect, with it comes a slew of mind-blowing announcements. Not the least of which is sure to be an update on the series that made Benedict Cumberbatch a star, Sherlock. Now if you haven’t been watching this show, you really need to pull a Dr. Phil and get a hold of your life. Fans are hungry for any information they can get on Season 4 and, hopefully Comic-Con will bring with it many Doyle-esque revelations. More likely what we’ll get is a trailer for the upcoming special set in Victorian London. Regardless, it will be a while before we get any new, substantive Sherlock content. So we here at…

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