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Aaron D. Schneider

Fantasy author and lore monger. Husband and father. Writer of such series as The Outcast Royal, The World's First Wizard, The Rings of the Inconquo, The Warring Realm, and more to come.

The Nerd Fathers Episode 42: A Shining Gem amongst the Rotting Garbage


What’s This Nerdfathers Podcast All About?

The diamond in the rough, the oasis in the desert, there are few things more refreshing and welcome than something great and good amidst a whole lot of rubbish. And so that's why Chris and Aaron have decided that, while the Acolyte stirs up the muck and mire that is modern Star Wars, they'd like to remind you of a ray of bright hope which shone not so long ago in the galaxy far, far away. Even persnickety, patriarchal pair have nothing but praise for the phenomenon that is Andor, a Star Wars story whose gripping and meticulous plot is worth every minute you can spare to watch it. Come in out of the wastes to see the exploration of a modern masterpiece. You won't regret it!

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