Midnight Skull Sessions episode five is up on iTunes. Last I checked, all the show descriptions had disappeared. So here’s a list of the books we discussed this time around:
John Connolly’s Charlie Parker series, Sandman Slim by Richard Kadrey, This Case Is Gonna Kill Me by Phillipa Bornikova, Kitty Steals The Show by Carrie Vaughn, The Strain by Chuck Hogan and Guillermo Del Toro, and Kiln People and Existence by David Brin.
The podcast ends with a very spoilery discussion of the time travel paradoxes in the film Looper. It has since been explained to me that while the movie may not be satisfying as hard science fiction, it does use time travel to effectively communicate a theme. That’s fine. It still pissed me off.
I just got my new Kindle and a copy of the sequel to The Passage, so book reviews should be coming soon. But probably not before I catch up with the season premiere of American Horror Story.
(Edit: It appears that all podcast descriptions have vanished from iTunes. Phew! I thought I was the one who had done something wrong. Also, this season of American Horror Story has alien abductions. I love you, American Horror Story!)