Fiction Friday: “Dark Matter”

Good morning, fiction fiends! This week, in partnership with the Massanutten Regional Library, we're reviewing the book "Dark Matter" by Blake Crouch.

“Are you happy with your life?”

Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him unconscious.

Fiction Friday: Ender’s Game

Happy Friday, fiction lovers! This week, E-N Computers chose "Ender's Game" by Orson Scott Card, originally published in 1985. The book has made a comeback in the last five years, however, with director Gavin Hood's film adaptation.

The book is set in an unspecified point in the future.

Fiction Friday: Sleeping Giants

Good morning, fiction lovers! This week, E-N Computers is recommending a book that includes an allusion to The Iron Giant. What could be cooler than that? Sylvain Neuvel graces the world with his debut novel "Sleeping Giants". NPR calls the book, "...a thriller through and through, and.

Fiction Friday: The Calculating Stars: A Lady Astronaut

Happy Friday, book-lovers! It's been an exciting week for E-N Computers. Yesterday, we held our third in a series of educational cybersecurity conferences in Staunton at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. We had an amazing turnout, with several speakers who are either currently or have had successful careers as law enforcement officers throughout out the state of Virginia.

Fiction Friday: Artemis

Happy Friday, readers! You know what time it is. It's fiction time! This week, we're recommending "Artemis", written by Andy Weir. Weir is the author of "The Martian", whose film adaptation with Matt Damon was wildly popular. As well, he wrote "Cheshire Crossing", a book that chronicles the events of Dorothy, Wendy, and Alice, after their respective trips to Oz, Neverland, and Wonderland.

Fiction Friday: “The Imperial Radch” Series

Good morning, E-N Computers-sphere! We've made it to Friday once again, and as promised, E-N Computers, in partnership with Massanutten Regional Library, has a new book suggestion for your weekend entertainment. This week, we're suggesting a series written by Ann Leckie called "The Imperial Radch". If you're into futuristic worlds with robots and space battles, and you've already seen Star Wars, pick these up.

Fiction Friday: “Ready Player One”

Good morning, beloved patrons of E-N Computers! First let me start by introducing myself: my name is Amelia Herring, the new Marketing Specialist here at the company. As a creative, it is my job to devise interesting content for you to read that doesn't necessarily have anything to do with IT. Hense, Fiction Friday has come about.