Well, Laurell K. Hamilton has done it again. She’s written a pretty decent police procedural and then tacked on about 300 pages of relationship angst. Yes, that’s right, it’s time for me to review Crimson Death, the latest Anita Blake … Continue reading
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Tagged anita blake, crimson death, ireland, laurell k. hamilton, polyamory, relationship angst, were-tigersome
It can often be quite a surprise when you find out that someone you know has written a book. It’s even more of a surprise when you find out that your first college roommate has written a whole lot of … Continue reading
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I’ve reviewed Only Superhuman, Christopher L. Bennett’s first original novel, over at Escape Pod. I liked it, for the most part.
I have reviewed Swiss Army Man, a.k.a. “the Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie”, at Escape Pod. Here is a link for you to click so you can read it.
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Tagged cotton eye joe, daniel radcliffe, daniels, farting, farting corpse, farts, mary elizabeth winstead, paul dano, sundance, swiss army man
Book Review: Libertaria: Genesis by Sabrina Peña Young
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From Murder with Monsters, which I reviewed at Escape Pod.
Fifty years ago, Marietta really was a small town, and the thing about small towns is that you can hide a lot of big secrets there. Marvin Hill has been hiding a huge one: for more than fifty years, Marvin’s … Continue reading