A J-Pop star and a Puritan team up to fight an army of demons
Monthly Archives: August 2016
The Face in the Frost by John Bellairs Originally published by Macmillan (1969) Republished by Open Road Media (2014) $6.15 (Kindle) $9.99 (Paperback) The wizard Prospero goes on a journey alongside his friend Roger Bacon. While on this journey, Roger … Continue reading
UPDATE: @kukuruyo’s account has been restored; it was suspended due to a so-called “pornographic header,” which he has now replaced. It may be visited here. Original post: In what has become a distressingly common trend, the Hugo-nominated artist @kukuruyo (who … Continue reading
The High Crusade by Poul Anderson Originally published by Doubleday (1960) Republished by Baen Books (2010) $6.99 (Kindle) $12.00 (Paperback) Among medieval Englishmen, aliens land, their towering spacecraft dwarfing primitive works. Men watch transfixed as a blue creature steps out, … Continue reading
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Daytime Renegade and I review the film Suicide Squad, the true Ghostbusters remake (Zuul The Enchantress is in it.) Also, stay a while and read my Appendix N Review Series. It’s spoiler-free, and you’ll find great reads.
The Broken Sword by Poul Anderson Originally published by Abelard-Schuman (1954) Republished by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (2014) $6.15 Hark! Gather ye, youths and lasses, for a fierce tale of Skafloc, stolen from his fair mother’s arms by … Continue reading
Three Hearts and Three Lions by Poul Anderson Originally published by Doubleday (1961) Republished by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (2015) $4.20 In the 1940s, Danish native Holger Carlsen left an idyllic life in the United States to fight … Continue reading