And… these are the books I read this year. As a note, I think I’ve read more books in the past three weeks than I did in the rest of the year. Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic … Continue reading
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I’m never going to get tired of reading Thomas Pynchon’s books. Sure, they can be tough, but the payoff is always well worth any effort it takes to work your way through the incoherent bits of madness. Actually, V., an … Continue reading
I’m not a sexy vampire fan. Good thing there are no sexy vampires in The Fall. Nope, instead it’s full of gross, vomiting vampires. Have I mentioned blood worms? Blood worms. Enjoy.
There are no sexy vampires in The Strain. These are Lovecraftian-space-virus-throbbing-blood-worm-parasite vampires and pretty much everything about them is creepy and disgusting. Hell yes.
While I enjoyed Dennis Lehane’s Moonlight Mile it felt, almost from page one, that he was writing this book to really put an end to the Kenzie/Gennaro novels. Clearly, things had changed for them to the point (a kid, ’nuff … Continue reading