Category Archives: Review

“Knockemstiff” review

Touted by Palahniuk as “more engaging than any new fiction in years,” I’d venture that his tastes are vastly different than mine, or that the one-book-per-year contract keeps him so busy that Knockemstiff was one of the few books he … Continue reading

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The Contortionist’s Handbook review

Clevenger almost wound up as one of those guys I’d wish people would stop prattling on and on about. “So brilliant.” “Such a genius.” And I was so incredibly sick of hearing it. Dermaphoria was what I ended up cutting … Continue reading

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Candy review

When I pick up any book for the first time, I always open it to a random point in the middle and begin reading. I’ve done this for years, and it’s always served as an accurate gauge to the level … Continue reading

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World War Z review

This book is predicated upon showing the human element during the world’s war effort against the undead. It’s something specifically stated at the very beginning of the novel. Why this book fails is because it is a novel trying to … Continue reading

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