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August 18, 2018
“Oh, I blame the f-ckin Internet. No Question.” (375)
We still have a couple of weeks for summer reading left, and here’s one from five years ago, the last time Thomas Pynchon published a novel. Pynchon, as always, defies easy description, but Bleeding Edge is enough of a techno-thriller, with elements of the fantastic, to qualify for this site.
June 30, 2018
Stephen King’s latest throws back to his earlier work, though it starts with a fascinating premise. A man stands accused of a horrific crime. The police have incontrovertible evidence of his guilt. He has incontrovertible evidence of his innocence.
June 13, 2018
Somewhere around midnight, Rose, a German shepherd, stopped as she was licking her vagina and wondered how long she would be in the place she found herself. She then wondered what had happened to the last litter she’d whelped. It suddenly seemed grossly unfair that one should go through the trouble of having pups only to lose track of them (15)
Our Summer Reading and Summer Weekend Movie Reviews generally consist of older material, things we missed the first time around or that might not immediately occur to the Bureau-crats. Fifteen Dogs, a fabulous (in the original sense) award-winning short novel tells the tale of some Toronto canines who achieve sentience on the whim of a couple of gods.
May 13, 2018