Episode 2-4: It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday Wherein I review: 11 – Vultures (Miriam Black #6) by Chuck Wendig 12 – Fire & Blood by George R.R. Martin 13 – The Far Side of the World (Aubrey & Maturin #10) by Patrick O’Brian Jammed that B2M song right up in the thoughthole, eh? Chuck Wendig takes a bow on his Miriam Black books, and I get wistful. GRRM writes yet another damn book that isn’t Winds of Winter, but it did remind me of how much I love ASOIAF, so I’m cool. And I’m at the equator of […]
Episode 2-03: Misty Water-Colored Memories Wherein I review: 6. Ex-Purgatory (Ex-Heroes #4) by Peter Clines 7. No Sunscreen for the Dead (Serge Storms #22) by Tim Dorsey 8. Treason’s Harbour (Aubrey & Maturin #9) by Patrick O’Brian 9. Ex-Isle (Ex-Heroes #5) by Peter Clines 10. Cadillac Desert by Marc Reisner Illness and big-ass books make for strange bedfellows. Peter Clines brings his superheroes vs. zombies saga to a close – definitely for now and probably for good. Serge keeps serging, spewing Florida trivia and murdering a-holes. Aubrey & Maturin are saaaaaiiilllling like Chris Cross. And I embrace the horror of water […]
Episode 2-02: 1/16th Choctaw Wherein I read: 4. Ex-Communication (Ex-Heroes #3) by Peter Clines 5. Verses for the Dead (Agent Pendergast #18) by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child As I type this sentence, I wonder why Peter Clines amazing superheroes battling zombies series hasn’t already been optioned and turned into your favorite series yet. As I type THIS sentence, I wonder if Preston & Child got notes from some marketing douche and wrote this book like “Is this what you wanted, you f**kface?”
Episode 2-01: Tell Me Lies, Tell Me Sweet Little Lies CANNONBALL 11 HAS BEGUNNETHED. Wherein I review: 1. Ex-Patriots (Ex-Heroes #2) by Peter Clines 2. The Farm by Tom Rob Smith 3. A Delicate Touch (Stone Barrington #48) by Stuart Woods More delicious zombies vs. superheroes where we finally meet up with the military. And they wisely utilize Arkham Asylumishness. A son must decide whether his mother is being gaslit by his father or if her entire tale is a lie. Stuart Woods keeps being all Stuart Woodsy.
Episode 1-49: I Feel It Coming, Babe Wherein I review: 186 – The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn I guess psychologist is the new author in the dark thriller. This was pretty much Drunk Rear Window, and I saw the twists, but it wasn’t bad. And as we creep towards the finish, I ponder whether or not to keep doing the podcast or hang up my spurs. And disappoint my twelves and twelves of fans.
Episode 1-48: Even Time-Traveling Nazis Aren’t Worse Than Trump Wherein I review: 183. Bill, the Galactic Hero On the Planet of Ten Thousand Bars (Bill, the Galactic Hero #6) by Harry Harrison 184. Deep Silence (Joe Ledger #10) by Jonathan Maberry 185. The Final Incoherent Adventure (Bill, the Galactic Hero #7) by Harry Harrison As Bill the Galactic Hero peters out (dick pun intended) so do I. But first, I must high-five a billion times Jonathan Maberry for making Trump a useless tool in his Joe Ledger books. A bunch of fedoras cried into their neckbeards that Joe Ledger was now […]
Episode 1-47: The Castle Rock Diet Plan Wherein I review: 179. Gwendy’s Button Box by Stephen King 180. Bill, the Galactic Hero On The Planet of Tasteless Pleasure (Bill the Galactic Hero #4) by Harry Harrison 181. The Mortal Word (Invisible Library #5) by Genevieve Cogman 182. Bill, the Galactic Hero On The Planet of Zombie Vampires (Bill the Galactic Hero #5) by Harry Harrison Stephen King’s novellas set in Castle Rock seem to all involve strange weight loss. Two more Bill the Galactic Heroes – for you to refine your Leisure Suit Larry and Duke Nukem loss. And we get […]
Episode 1-46: If Someone Calls You Fat, Eat Them Wherein I review: 145. Private Princess (Private #14) by James Patterson 146. Bill the Galactic Hero On The Planet of Bottled Brains (Bill the Galactic Hero #3) by Harry Harrison 147. Elevation by Stephen King 148. The Surgeon’s Mate (Aubrey & Maturin #7) by Patrick O’Brian London Private is my least favorite of the private parts. Bill the Galactic Hero keeps punning horribly like an issue of Cracked before they became actual internet journalists. Stephen King keeps on busting out Castle Rock novellas, and I’m alright with that — this one’s almost […]