Check it out! We finally decided to review a revered heavy hitter, Shirley Jackson. Check out what we have to say about We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Then, we discuss the passing of a comic book giant, Stan Lee. And of course, Robb discusses a story from his past.
Check out our review of Alice Isn't Dead. Hopefully you're already familiar with the story from it's original incarnation - a podcast. We've talked about it on the podcast previously, and it's gained a pretty large following. And it's got Jasika Nicole narrating, for heaven's sake. And head over and support us on Patreon if you're interested in hearing a pretty hefty spoiler talk about the book!
Yes. You read that correctly. We got David on the phone for a little over an hour of discussion about his books, music, and a little TV chat as well. It was a delightful interview, and we're sure you're going to enjoy it. And since you've most likely already stopped reading, please enjoy.
We're back with an interlude! This episode, Robb complains about his rental car process, and Livius complains about getting a passport photo taken. So it accidentally turned into a huge conversation where we gripe about our travels. But, it's pretty entertaining, so you should give it a listen.
Here it is, our review of an unexpected, but wholly welcome book, the stories in which inspired what MUST be Andrew Dice Clay's peak acting performance. We may also talk about porn magazines and Leonardo DiCaprio's "Pussy Posse". It's pretty great.
That's right, it's the long-discussed conspiracy theory episode. And guess what? We had so much to say that we had to split it into two parts! Join us as we talk about vast conspiracies involving airports, jumping out of airplanes, mattresses, death, and so much more.
We've been eagerly anticipating this one, and boy did it deliver. Check out our thoughts on the latest Paul Tremblay joint, dropping Tuesday, 6/26.
398 - The President is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson with special guest reviewer Rob Hart
We're back with another book review! This time, that looming specter James Patterson enters our lives once again, with a former president in tow. Check out our review of The President is Missing, and stick around to hear Rob talk about his exciting book/film deal for The Warehouse, as well as bringing his Ash McKenna series to a close.
Check it out! It's our second review of a book by Marisha Pessl. First, a long long time ago we talked about Night Film, and now, here's a young adult book with a supernatural twist! Spoilers, we loved it. Also spoilers, there will be spoiler talk over on our Patreon. If you're not contributing, you're missing out on tons of extra content, so go over there and support us!