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 1-41: Old Timey Fisticuffs Wherein I review: 150. The Lost Plot (Invisible Library #4) by Genevieve Cogman 151. A Map of Days (Miss Peregrine #4) by Ransom Riggs 152. Desperate Measures (Stone Barrington #47) by Stuart Woods 153. The Mauritius Command (Aubrey & Maturin #4) by Patrick O’Brian It’s all on the fours. Fourth swashbuckler, fourth Miss Peregrine’s Steampunk X-Men, fourth Invisible Library. It’s all very old school, and enjoyable. Fourthbook is a big deal, because it’s either revamping or saying, “We’re in this for the long haul, kids.” And seeing as how the 47th Stone Barrington is the most […]
Episode 1-30: The Kids Aren’t Alright Wherein I review: 116. Marlena by Julie Buntin 117. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty 118. The Money Shot (Teddy Fay #2) by Stuart Woods Kids are the f–king worst! Marlena reads like an AA confessional, part ghost story, that really has no third act. Big Little Lies gave me the chance to read a novel that has been turned into a television show where I know one of the actors. Weird, but fun, especially since the original is Australian, so now I’m picturing him talking in an Aussie accent. And Stuart Woods branches off […]
Episode 1-29: What The Fuck Did I Just Read? Wherein I review: 111. A Highly Unlikely Scenario, or a Neetsa Pizza Employee’s Guide to Saving the World by Rachel Cantor 112. Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan 113. The Fold by Peter Clines 114. High-Rise by J.G. Ballard 115. Turbulence (Stone Barrington #46) by Stuart Woods Sometimes your little brain needs to get fried. This was a combo platter of what the f–kery. I enjoyed Robin Sloan’s wonderous cult of personality, and Peter Clines’ Lost-esque pseudo-sequel to 14. Didn’t so much love High-Rise which felt like a nasty essay and […]
Episode 1-15: Clowns to the Left of Me, Vampire-Killing Lincoln to My Right Wherein I review: 49. The Last American Vampire by Seth-Grahame Smith 50. The Diving Pool by Yoko Ogawa 51. ClownFellas: Tales of the Bozo Family by Carlton Mellick III 52. Shoot First by Stuart Woods FIRST CANNONBALL DONE. For this run Stuart Woods was the Alpha and Omega. SGS goes all Forrest Gump with his vampire Henry Sturges. I get creeped the f out by one the best Japanese authors working today AGAIN. A man I’m convinced is three teen boys in a trenchcoat manages to clown his […]
http://neozaz.com/killing-my-kindle-1-01/ It’s up! It’s a fucking podcast! Holy shit! It sounds like it was recorded in a plastic bag, but goddammit it’s up and it’s got theme music and it can only get better from here! Or worse. FUCK YOU. Wherein I review: Unbound (Stone Barrington #44) by Stuart Woods Brilliance (Brilliance Saga #1) by Marcus Sakey Odd Hours (Odd Thomas #4) by Dean Koontz There’s a website: killingmykindle.com There’s a Twitter: @killingmykindle There’s a Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/killingmykindle/