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An Intense and Self-Destructive Love Story
In Massive, Charlie Josephine delivers an intensely burning, dramatic, and raw love story that launches seconds after you click the play button and doesn't let up. The description said to experience with headphones (I do this anyway) and I'd certainly encourage any listeners to do so. There's a lot to take in and you don't want to miss a thing. During the time I'd set aside to listen, I lay… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 30th of October, 2020

A Load of Laughs
This was one of those books that popped up in my suggested listens at just the right time. I was in desperate need of a laugh and Bob Odenkirk delivered the goods. I couldn't say for certain if I knew his work that well before I got to know him as Saul Goodman (Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul), or if I knew of his comedy chops. This book set… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 30th of October, 2020

Emotionally Charged, Funny and Sad
An excellent story looking at a group of people as they struggle with the immigration system of present-day America, and how different circumstances play out. Authors Maeve Higgins and Shaina Feinberg have put together a thoroughly engaging... I want to say "slice of life", but as I'm writing this, I can think of a better term. We closely follow Sadie through her journey of arriving in New York, fresh off the… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 28th of October, 2020

Interesting Collection of Stories
This was certainly interesting. David Niall Wilson has put together a diverse set of stories, some mind-bending, one a twist on the last days of Jesus and Judas, and others just strange yet compelling to listen to. The opening story is probably the most out there, almost like a story told of a particularly nasty drug trip. The second story of the lot was probably my favourite of them though as… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 26th of October, 2020

Plumbers Craic!
Sorry, but I couldn't go past that title once I'd thought of it. This dark comedy by Terry M. West is set after the somewhat fall of society after a strange sickness turns everyone into zombies (aka "plaguers" but they're basically zombies), sees life trying to go on as normal from the perspective of a couple of plumbers trying their best to keep the water flowing and the bogs unclogged. Foul-mouthed… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 26th of October, 2020

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