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Cover to Cover #169: Kevin J. Anderson / Gerard Readett

This week Evo pulls yet another disapearing act and leaves Michael, Summer & Joe in the studio to talk with Kevin J. Anderson about his new book, Scattered Suns. It's a great conversation with a very talented writer.

After that, Summer and Michael fire up Skype for an international call to Gerard Readett. Gerard's New book is called Roadworks, and deals with a futuristic world where traffic is taken over by computers. Of course the problem with that is computers crash, and things go boom.   [Read more...]

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Cover to Cover #378A: Douglas Clegg

Interview: This week, Douglas Clegg joins us to chat about his latest book, Isis: A Tale of the Supernatural. The novella, beautifully illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne, tells a haunting tale of young Iris Catherine Villiers (who later becomes Isis Claviger) and her grief-stricken journey into the occult after her beloved brother's death.   [Read more...]

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The Martian is a decent hard Science Fiction novel and I certainly didn't regret reading it. I just wish there was more substance to the protagonist's side of the story.   [Read more...]

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Podcast novelist (and self-proclaimed future dark overlord) Scott Sigler burst onto the horror scene a couple of years ago Infected. If you've read (or listened to) Sigler's original novel, I need only say two words to make you shudder involuntarily -- chicken scissors.   [Read more...]

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