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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Matt, May 16, 2007.
Drizzt Do'Urden and Cattie-Brie have a daughter now...
...and nobody cares...
My two most recent Mystery Scene reviews are finally online.
Ruby Red Herring by Tracy Gardner
Bone Rattle by Marc Cameron
Haven't posted here in a while. Got some good stuff over the past few months.
My review of the C.J. Box thriller Dark Sky was finally posted online. You can check it out via this Mystery Scene Magazine link.
any of you aussie fucks read paul jennings or morris gleitzman when you were kids? round the twist was a big kids tv favourite here and wicked! was basically the best shit ever, i just found out there was a tv adaptation which i am 100% gonna watch.
man I remember Paul Jennings. read a bunch of his shit before I was 10. hadn't thought about that in fucking years... thanks for dredging up bad memories asshole
Yeah I remember that cunt's books.
lol wicked is unironically good tho, properly wacked out disturbing post-apocalyptic shit, i’d never read anything like it ‘cause i don’t think british kids’ fiction writers would get away with that shit
Yeah, had a couple of Paul Jennings books at least. When I was 12 we had to come up with a radio show in groups in English class and tape it, and my dumb arse thought it'd be a good idea to tape reading the whole of The Gizmo. So when our group played our tape to the class we ended up just fast forwarding most of it.
Three mystery novels I read recently:
Gone For Good by Joanna Schaffhausen
A Different Dawn by Isabella Maldonado
Without A Brew by Ellie Alexander
The bartimaeus trilogy book 1 the amulet of samarkand
It's a comedy book
I've only read a few chapters and already laughing my ass off
Here's my Mystery Scene magazine review of Defending Britta Stein by Ronald H. Balson.
Here's my Mystery Scene magazine review of The Cellist by Daniel Silva.