Monthly Archives: March 2017

All the Books Show: Episode 83 – Bound Together

Episode 83. It feels like yesterday we were recording Episode 82. How the weeks go by.

This week, we talk about a bunch of stuff but the main topic is our favorite female authors. Surprising no one, Nic talks a lot about Joyce Carol Oates and I spend most of time singing the praises of K. A. Applegate.

517-lN4VkBLSometimes, I think, I talk too much about Animorphs. But then, I realize, it’s my show. I’ll talk about Animorphs every single day if I want! I didn’t survive the Andalite-Yeerk War for nothing.

Also, they turned into animals. How cool was that?

Again, we talk about a lot more than that, review some books and go over the upcoming releases. But none of that has to do with a girl transforming into a dolphin.

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All the Books Show: Episode 81 – The Programmed Man

New week. New episode. It’s a great time to be alive. We talk a bunch of book news and reviews, Advocacy Day, people co-writing books with their cats and we find another book that hasn’t checked out since the 70s.

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Here’s the cover.

This book sounds so bad. I can handle some old fashion views of manhood in old science fiction, but it either has to be surrounded by good ideas and plot or it needs to be a little bit subtle in its machismo. The Programmed Man sounds like neither. But maybe you’ve read it and love it. Let me know. Prove me wrong. Bet you can’t.

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All the Books Show: Episode 80 – 80s and Heartbreaks

The latest episode of the podcast is up. It’s fan-frickin’-tastic. We talk about the most popular and award winning books of the 1980s. It’s a fun romp through time.

What I learned is that Stephen King could do no wrong in the public’s eye back then, that I’ve read a decent amount of Hugo Winners and that, once again, the Newbery award picked a lot of kids books no one reads today.

Also, if you’ve read Lincoln in the Bardo, let us know what you think!

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