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To play: Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Graphic Designer Elena Trapp Is Excited To Play Monolith Soft And Nintendo’s New Japanese RPG Xenoblade Chronicles 3. “It’s based in a world where you’re born to serve in a war and you only live 10 years!” But then the characters discover that they could be deceived about all of this! Available on Nintendo Switch.

Look: The sand man and Dragon House

Netflix’s new series The sand man, based on the comic book by Neil Gaiman, was “really good”, says editorial art director Dustin Glatz: “The production is top-notch, it’s a visually impressive spectacle.” Executive Assistant Don Bouchard and Executive Assistant to the Publisher Cathy Reilly welcomed the new game of thrones series Dragon House, set 200 years before the original series, chronicling the fall of House Targaryen. “OK, maybe it’s a little understated at this point, but the first episode on HBO Max was the bomb,” Bouchard says.

LISTEN: Who Killed Daphne

Last week, editor Mary Jo Meade picked up a juicy story from NPR (tinyurl.com/npr-daphne) on the True Crime Podcast Who Killed Daphne“In 2017, a car bomb exploded in the island country of Malta. It was a murder plot with a single victim, investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Secrets, power, corruption and a bit of justice – although the investigation continues. Find it on Apple Podcasts and elsewhere.

Lily: Glimmer of the Other

Director of Marketing and Events Jessica McMullen read Glimmer of the Other by Heather G. Harris. “It’s about a private detective who always naturally knew when someone was lying when she discovers that there is another world connected to ours – a realm where magic is real of which she is a part (and discovers that his dog is not a Great Dane, it’s a Hellhound),” she says.

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