069 — The Girl on the Train

Ah, the rhythmic clickety-clack of rail travel, the chuggety comforts of trains, the suburban father’s hobby! At least that’s what we assumed we were going to experience when we took on the recent publishing sensation, Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train. However, what we discovered was a real Rashomon, a real jigsaw puzzle of […]

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068 — Clockwork Angels

The time has come, and it won’t stand still: after a couple years, we finally go for the big money, put Rush into the limelight, and turn the camera eye to Clockwork Angels by Neil Peart and Kevin J. Anderson. Our first novelization of a concept album — yes, you read that right — this […]

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066 — The Rats

Stowing away in your earbuds, gnawing at your stores, and leaping from your dark corners at your tender ears, it’s James Herbert’s The Rats! A verminous return to the kind of bad book that’s always the best: the kind where, every couple pages, somebody nearly has sex and absolutely gets eaten by giant rats. If […]

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064 — Level 26: Dark Origins

What lurks beneath the bottom of the barrel? Well, we checked. Turns out that beneath the barrel’s bottom slithers Anthony Zuiker’s Level 26: Dark Origins. This episode, we’re sneaking into the villain’s dungeon, conveniently located in 2009, when it, apparently, seemed like a good idea to let the guy who made up CSI get together […]

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062 — The Da Vinci Code (w/ Lauren O’Neal and Niko Bakulich)

Renowned author Dan Brown’s renowned book The Da Vinci Code provides a renowned topic for renowned podcasters J. W. Friedman and Chris Collision, along with renowned guests Lauren O’Neal and Niko (from renowned podcast Sunday School Dropouts. An extremely popular book yields an extremely long episode, with enough jokes to make anyone enough of a […]

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