My twelfth book review for Three Guys One Book has arrived after a prolonged absence due to very fun things like a new job and an awesome wedding and honeymoon: The Man Who Loved Dogs, by Leonardo Padura.
All of my reviews can be found here.
My book of cartoons ‘You’re All Just Jealous of my Jetpack’ is available now:
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J.G. Ballard and Tom Gauld all in one cartoon. My day is complete. You should read both of these authors’ books.
My eleventh book review for Three Guys One Book has hit the site: Andrew’s Brain by E. L. Doctorow.
All of my reviews for 3G1B can be found here
My tenth review for Three Guys One Book has just been published: Save Yourself by Kelly Braffet.
As always, thanks to the 3G1B crew for publishing all of my reviews
The editors at Three Guys One Book have just published my ninth book review, The Big Crowd, by Kevin Baker.
As always, thanks to them for publishing my reviews.
My eighth—and longest—book review for 3G1B has just been published: Dirty Love by Andre Dubus III.
It has been a while since I published a review, but several should be showing up in quick succession. You can read all of my other reviews here.
(PS: In a review where I demand brand integrity, I managed to snark about “Best American Fiction” when what I meant was “Best American Short Stories.”Way to go, smart guy.)
My seventh review for Three Guys One Book, On the Floor, by Aifric Campbell has just been published. I’ve been enjoying writing reviews for 3G1B and hope they’ll keep letting me ramble about books for them.
The good guys at 3G1B have published my fifth review, The Abmoniation, by Jonathan Holt.
Even though I’m linking to the book here, I really cannot recommend that you read it unless you’re into dumb thrillers. Instead, I have reviewed several other books that you might prefer to check out.