344 – Thunderbird by Chuck Wendig

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It finally happened. New Miriam Black. If you’ve been listening for a while, you’ll know that we have reviewed the three previous books in this series. You will also know that we have unanimously given all of those books 5 stars. Which means, it’s very likely that we will give this book some high marks as well. Check it out, and stick around afterward for a peek at something brand new and exciting that will make Robb work even harder than he already does. We’re excited, and we think you will be too! Next episode is an Interlude so Robb can get a couple hours of sleep, but we’re pretty sure there will be plenty of awesome books coming soon. KEY PAGE COUNT UPDATE: 2,590!

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343 – Shadobahn by Steve Erickson

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It’s finally happened. We are reviewing Steve Erickson, long heralded by our writer friends as beyond reproach. Will we reproach? Well, there’s a good chance Livius will, but it is very difficult to please that man. Check it out!

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342 – Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

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We’re back with some love for Neil Gaiman’s latest, Norse Mythology. As you may notice, it’s a really long episode, which just means we had a lot to say about the book. And we may ramble a bit. And have long fits of laughter because Livius discovered a new favorite sangria. It’s a blast. 

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340 – The Raw Shark Texts by Steven Hall

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AHH! It’s bee almost six years doing this podcast, and Livius finally let me read this book again! The Raw Shark Texts by Steven Hall is easily Robb’s favorite book, and now we’re bringing it to you, our lovely listeners. After the review, Livius regales us with tales of weirdos with flip phones. And it’s not even a story about David James Keaton. Spoiler talk coming soon too!

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339 – The Girl Before by JP Delaney

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This week is another book review. Livius found us a legit novel to read. It’s going to be the next big book where a female lead does some crazy shit in a psychological thriller style and everyone loses their shit about it. And we reviewied it first! Or at least, now. Next week: The Raw Shark Texts throwback review! 

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338 – Dracula vs Hitler by Patrick Sheane Duncan

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That’s right, and we’re choosing to ring in the new year with a straight literary, super high-brow destined to be a classic novel… about Hitler and Dracula. It’s 500 pages long! That’s like 5% of Robb’s reading goal for the year! Next up is an as-yet unnamed book review.

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337 – Interlude

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We’re back with our latest offering, an Interlude. Join us to hear conversations about a spectrum of topics including the books we’ll never get to read, Nelson Mandela (kind of), Barbara Streisand (kind of), iZombie (kind of), awards, and peanut butter. And probably more. It’s shocking that we brought you as much content as we did. Go us! P.S. – don’t forget to vote for us in the This is Horror awards  by Jan 22nd!

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336 – Serious Moonlight by Amanda Gowin and Craig Wallwork

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Author Craig Wallwork… and only Craig Wallwork… joins us to talk about his recent release collaboration with Booked. holiday guest host Amanda Gowin, a little two story release called Serious Moonlight. Check out what we think of the stories, and listen to the sweet, hypnotic, British tone of Craig’s voice. You’ll melt. Next episode, an Interlude where we talk a lot about awards. 

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335 – 2016 Year in Review

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It’s the 2016 Year in Review episode, in which we go dicks out for Harambe, and discuss all the ways that 2016 failed us, from Zoo 2 to the celebrity genocide. Also, we look forward to what’s coming in 2017.

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