370 – The Savage by Frank Bill

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We are back with another review! This week, we read the long-anticipated follow-up to Frank Bill’s debut novel. That’s right, The Savage. And if you’re supporting us at any level, you can check out the spoiler talk over at our Patreon.
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Next episode, an interlude, followed by another Patreon picked book!
Until then, check out our live video of Mark Z Danielewski reading live from The Familiar vol 1:

369 – Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins

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We are back with another review! This week, Patreon contributor and frequent guest host Jesse Lawrence brings us Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins, and joins us in the review AND the spoiler talk over at our Patreon.
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Next episode we review The Savage by Frank Bill.
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366 – Scott Free by ROB HART and james patterson

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We are back with another review! This week, we distance ourselves from all the sadness of a father losing his child… and read a novella about a man accused of killing… kids. What is with authors lately? Anyway, it’s got Rob Hart at the pen, and James Patterson shouting something through a bullhorn somewhere in a different continent, so you know it’s going to be good.
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Next episode is our Spookedtacular LIVE VIDEO EVENT! That’s right, Saturday, 10/21 we will be doing a live video recording of our Spookedtacular. Keep an eye on Facebook for details.
Until then, check out our live video of Mark Z Danielewski reading live from The Familiar vol 1:

365 – In The River by Jeremy Robert Johnson

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We are back with another review! This week, we wallow a bit in In The River by Jeremy Robert Johnson, and say goodbye to a legend in the literary world. Cue the Boyz II Men.
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Next episode is another book by Rob Hart. Though we did not review the latest Ash McKenna book, we are going to take a shot at Rob’s coauthoring effort with James Patterson, Scott Free!
Until then, check out our live video of Mark Z Danielewski reading live from The Familiar vol 1:

364 – Made for Love by Alissa Nutting

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We are back from the Lazy Summer of Podcasting with a review! While we were floating in the pool, hanging out at the spa, having a good time, Alissa Nutting dropped Made for Love on the world. We’re here to tell you all about it. After, a little discussion about the state of publishing, and a press we’re sad to say goodbye to.
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Next episode is another book that dropped in our luxurious absence from reading: In the River by Jeremy Robert Johnson.
Until then, check out our live video of Mark Z Danielewski reading live from The Familiar vol 1:

355 – The Maiden Poodle by SG Browne

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No seriously. We’re back to talk about the latest release from SG Browne, author of such books as Lucky Bastard, Less Than Hero, Big Egos, I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus, and many more. This time, it’s a novella about a land of cats and dogs, an evil king cat, and the poodle that holds the key to freeing the kingdom. After the review, we have SG Browne on to talk about his book, his feelings on pets, independent publishing, and more. Check it out!

Key Page Count Update: 3,571!

Next episode is an interlude, kicking off our Lazy Summer of Podcasting. Yeah.

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

354 – Black Mad Wheel by Josh Malerman

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We’re back with another review. Josh Malerman’s Black Mad Wheel! It’s been a minute since we reviewed House at the Bottom of the Lake, which we loved. And another minute since Bird Box. How does this size up? Listen! And if you’re supporting us on Patreon, check out our spoiler talk about it over there, for anyone contributing $1/month or more!

Key Page Count Update: 3,799!

Next episode is another review. This time, it’s an anthropomorphic dogs book by beloved author SG Browne. After that, either the Lazy Summer of Podcasting begins, or Robb steps in front of a bus. Or something. Check it out!

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

353 – The Rebellion’s Last Traitor by Nik Korpon

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Well, it’s been a good long while since THIS name has come up. ¬†Thinking back, it would be our review of The Soul Standard, and our subsequent interview with Nik and his co-authors. I know what you’re thinking. What business do two non-Sci-Fi guys have reviewing Sci-Fi? Well, all you Vin Diesel fans who went to see The Pacifier will feel us on this one. Even if it’s not in our zone… Korpon will always be our boy. Check this whizz, then come back next time for some new Josh Malermanitudes.

Key Page Count Update: 3,496!

Next episode is another review. It’s either Black Mad Wheel or Mad Black Wheel by Josh Malerman. We’re so excited to be back in a Malerman!

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

350 – Entropy in Bloom by Jeremy Robert Johnson

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That’s right, it’s been a while since we have done this. We’re bringing you a review of a book AND an interview with its author all in one episode! It’s been hundreds of episodes since you’ve heard Jeremy on the podcast, so we were way past due.

Key Page Count Update: 3,140!

Next episode is part two of our Stoker Con coverage featuring interviews with Becky Spratford, Nancy Holder, and F Paul Wilson!

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

347 – The Fisherman by John Langan

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We’re back with a review of The Fisherman by John Langan. The winner of the 2016 This Is Horror award that beat out both Mongrels and Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, we wanted to see if it truly was worthy of an award. Check out our review to see for yourselves. After the review, we talk about vaginas. Because of course we do.

Next¬†episodes a review. If you’re a Patreon contributor, you’re also in for an extra special Easter treat coming very soon. KEY PAGE COUNT UPDATE:2,864!

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31: