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Audiobook Review: Ian Fleming’s From Russia With Love

Audiobook time! So yeah. Theoretically, I’ve wrapped up the big road-trippy stuff … at least for a little while. Depending on how my scheduling works out, and how ambitious I get, I may be traveling a little more, but, well, we’ll see. The other thing about audiobooks is a matter of length. I tend to …

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Book Review: Charles Stross’ The Apocalypse Codex.

Counting this one, the last three books I’ve read are all parts of their own respective series. It’s kind of funny, as (with certain notable exceptions), the longer a movie series goes on, the more likely it is to take a nosedive in quality. With books, it’s a bit different, as an author has far …

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More Boss Fight Books! Metal Gear Solid, by Ashly & Anthony Burch

Years and years ago, near the end of the 20th century, I was hanging out at a friend of mine’s house. At the time, I didn’t have a Playstation- but he did (which wasn’t the only reason I was friends with him, I should add). In addition, he had Metal Gear Solid- a game that …

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Book Review: Charles Stross’ The Fuller Memorandum

  I’ve been looking forward to reading this book. Not to say that I’m not looking forward to reading a lot of books, but The Fuller Memorandum is a book that I’ve been hunting for in bookstores (both new and used) for awhile now, as opposed to something where I say ‘oh, that looks interesting!’ …

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