Review: “The Last Werewolf” by Glen Duncan

As a big fan of werewolves (and the supernatural in general), I was ecstatic to hear about a high-profile, maturely written, more intelligent take on the werewolf myth than ever attempted before. Typically reserved for gory horror villains, vampire lackeys, or cannon fodder for Kate Beckinsale, it was nice to see some serious attention—generally reserved … Continue reading

Review: “Old Man’s War” by John Scalzi

Having finally read Robert Heinlein’s pivotal Starship Troopers for the first time this year, I’ve been starving for more good military sci-fi novels. Heinlein’s influential story has inspired movies and huge gaming franchises like Halo and Starcraft and especially books, of course. John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War joins the ranks not only as an ode … Continue reading

Review: “Richard Faraday, Ghost Detective”

The witty, cunning, humorous hero has been a staple of pop-culture for as long as media and modern literature has been around. While not perfect, what makes Charlie Wilkins’ debut novel Richard Faraday, Ghost Detective novel so great is that it borrows the best conventions of genre fiction–in TV, movies, comics and literature–and turns them … Continue reading

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