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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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Orphan Black books that will take the edge off waiting for Season 3

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Calling all #CloneClub members! How are you holding up since the Season 2 finale of Orphan Black? I bet you’re still jamming to the catchy tune from that epic clone dance scene. If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably checked yourself into Clonehab and are shaking life a leaf desperately wanting your weekly dose of awesomeness. Whether Cosima is on the brink of death or making crazy science with Dr. Cormier, the introduction of a transgender clone, Helena’s recapture, or the shocking reveal (SPOILER ALERT AHEAD) that there is a whole secret operation of male clones (shockingly not played by Tatiana Maslany—or are they?), this break can’t be easy. My mind continues to reel from that shocking cliffhanger and I’m…

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