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The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks
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While this was released with relatively little fanfare late last year, Recorded Attacks is a pretty nifty addendum to Max Brooks’ zombie mythology established in The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z. I’m rather surprised this didn’t end up being a bigger deal, since his books have been the toast of the nerd world [...]

The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star
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Looking at the cover of The Heroin Diaries provides a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde retrospective into Nikki Sixx’s past. The background is covered with a strange, rust colored amoeba that engulfs a younger looking Nikki who’s face is ridden with cuts and scars. This amoeba reminds me of blood under a microscope. And while [...]

Snuff
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I’m really a sucker for Chuck Palahniuk books, mainly because they are usually so delightfully twisted and dysfunctional, and always seem to drag you into a world you’ve never been to. Well, Snuff certainly fits into all of that. Looking for a book about past-her-prime porn star named Cassie Wright looking to break the world [...]

Neverwhere
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Neverwhere is a novel by Neil Gaiman that’s been sitting on my “to read” pile for awhile now. Neverwhere follows the story of Richard Mayhew, an Scotman living in England, who leads a rather ordinary life with a woman he’s convinced himself he loves, in a job he’s accepted, and in an apartment he’s reasonably [...]

Watchmen (graphic novel)
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Contributed by Jon Smokowicz. This is a two part piece, this part focusing on the graphic novel, and tomorrow’s part on this week’s release of the film. Watchmen is being touted as the most celebrated graphic novel of all time in press for the film release. There is not much argument one could make against [...]

Serenity: Better Days
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It’s hard not to like the Firefly/Serenity viagravscialis-best.com series once you really get into it. Joss Whedon’s charming sci-fi western series is full of memorable characters, great actors, superb scripts, and a unique mythology. Unfortunately, Fox didn’t really see anything in it. The show lasted one season before being cancelled (all the episodes didn’t even [...]

Johnny U: The Life & Times of John Unitas
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It usually takes quite a bit to get me to read a biography. It usually helps if it’s someone that I like, or care about, but it’s still sometimes quite a challenge. I’ve always liked Johnny Unitas. [ minomycin 100mg pills $306.00 | adhd strattera 10mg pills $62.00 | cialis 100 mg | aggrenox 200mg [...]

The Raw Shark Texts (Guest Review)
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Contributed by Jeremy Stoltzfus. Okay. I’m going to try to write a coherent review of this book without prattling on like a school girl about how omg good this book is – but no promises. I’m also going to try to keep it spoiler free since I’m assuming not many other people have read it. [...]

Swan Song
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I am going to review a book. Now, before you click the back button and see if anyone reviewed a videogame or movie, let me just say this book is better than any videogame spy on iphone spy on phone remote install spy sms cell phone writing the research paper a handbook 8th edition pdf [...]

World War Z
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I have to hand it to Max Brooks, the man is devoted to forming a believable zombie story. In his second book, World War Z, Brooks expands upon the idea of The Zombie Survival Guide, and gives us the “what if?” scenario of a zombie apocalypse actually occurring, and developing a story through dozens and [...]

Fargo Rock City
Johnny U: The Life & Times of John Unitas
Neverwhere
Sabriel
Serenity: Better Days
Snuff
Swan Song
The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star
The Raw Shark Texts (Guest Review)
The Zombie Survival Guide
The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks
Watchmen (graphic novel)
World War Z