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2022 Holiday Gift Guide feat. Naty’s Bookshelf

As the end of the year nears, many hallowed traditions come to us. One of them, of course, is the annual collaboration post between Naty (from Naty’s Bookshelf, your prime source of book recommendations and reviews) and me! Here’s what we’ve done in the previous years together:

This year, we’re giving gift ideas – board games (written by me) and books (written by Naty), particularly suited for the more casual gamer or reader.

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In Memoriam F.

This post is a bit different from the usual fare on this blog. No exploration of a historical event through board games, no information on games to be released, no new instalment in an after-action report. And yet, there will be board games, and, from a personal point of view, also history.
Some days ago, a good friend of mine died after battling cancer for two years. We met at university, discussed things big and small, played and watched soccer, went through life from the earliest college days to fully employed adulthood, and, over the years, played many board games together. I’ll write about some of them and what they meant to him and me. As a Friend, I’ll call him F. here. This post is dedicated to his memory.

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