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All the Books Show: Episode 105 – Total Eclipse of All the Books

This episode is kind of a blur because I spent so much time trying to stare into the sun. My recommendation for 2024? Don’t stare into the sun.

My other recommendations? Well, you’ll just have to listen, won’t you!

4760230But, on a serious note, we do another Lonely Hearts Book Club. This time, it’s a visit with an old friend, Robert Campbell and his Jimmy Flannery books. This one seems even stranger than his previous ones, and the writing of Jimmy and the hundreds of names he’s been called makes my head spin.

I don’t get these books and but I especially don’t get this one. Or how their are more than twenty published. Twenty! That’s almost half as many Animorph books!

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All the Books: Episode 29 – Take a Look with All the Book(s)

Dr. Seuss celebrated his birthday last week and we recorded our podcast accordingly.

 

I think what surprised me the most was finding out how much of my worldview on war and the environment might come from the good doctor’s work. The Butter Battle Book and The Lorax might have had much more influence over me than I thought.

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The next two weeks might get a bit geeky, but that’s because we’re building up to Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. We might talk Superman. We might talk Batman. But in the end, what’s important is the talk, man. If you have favorite stories of either characters, let us know!

See you next week, podcats!