("Red Screen") This post is going to be pretty short, I think, so I’m going to take a moment up front to talk about where we are in time. Today’s post is not a book, but a short story that’s fairly new, so I don’t believe it’s been collected anywhere yet. (It was available by … Continue reading It’s The Perfect Disguise. We’re The Perfect Disguise.
Month: January 2023
Did You Know You Could Sit In Front Of A Screen Or A Pad of Paper And Change The World?
(Billy Summers) It’s a little difficult to know exactly what to say about Billy Summers. If you read some of the reviews (and Twitter rants) when the book came out, you might think that it was just a massive anti-Trump screed. It’s not — characters in the book do mention Trump in passing, and they … Continue reading Did You Know You Could Sit In Front Of A Screen Or A Pad of Paper And Change The World?
As I Said At The Beginning, This Is A Horror Story
(Later) But is it a horror story? Later is published as a Hard Case Crime novel. Which I actually find a little strange… I mean, I guess it is a crime novel but is it more of one than, say, The Institute? Or Mr. Mercedes? Neither of them were Hard Case Novels, but both of … Continue reading As I Said At The Beginning, This Is A Horror Story
They Are Watching You
(Nightmares in the Sky) Happy New Year! This will be short because there’s not a lot here. I’m also out of order — the book I’m talking about today was published in 1988. However, I just discovered it for the first time, so I figure that maybe you, whoever you are, will want to discover … Continue reading They Are Watching You