Our 14th episode!
Our current book is almost 800 pages, so it's taking us a bit longer than usual to read this one. For now, enjoy the last episode we put out before our hiatus.
We've risen from the dead just in time for Halloween. In this episode, we begrudgingly go to space and we don't even meet people from the moon. This book short story disappointed in length, content, and execution. It brings shame to the science fiction genre.
The English language is warped and twisted by the vacuum of space that is Dale M. Courtney's 'writing'. This is a very expensive short story written in the style of a child running through a park and shouting about each thing it sees. Actually, that would probably be far more entertaining and descriptive than this awful piece of literary sewage.
Thanks to fellow terrible book lover Daniel Canady for recommending Moon People!
Another week, another screenplay disguised as a book. This one is a real Russian nesting doll of poor choices.
Thanks to Bob from Books, Bears, & …
Our Patron Jensina chose this book as their once-per-year reward! Check out our Patreon here to get this and other rewards for yourself.
In addition to our usual barnyard language, Content …
Someone cast Meteor on Chris's computer and this episode and the associated bonus Patreon content was almost lost.
Luckily, his back-up Lifestream kicked in and saved the files, but not …
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This book came to our attention through an anonymous recommendation. Thank you, anonymous person, and we hope you enjoy this episode.
If you haven't listened to Episode 11 - Maradonia and the Seven Bridges by Gloria Tesch, you should do that for more background info and to …