Is then any better sleep then dog pile sleep? I think not
Good conversation is tough to find on the road…
Dogs & Water by Anders Nilsen… O M G
… holy crap
Where does one even begin… The illustrator, R Courtney, does not exist beyond maybe 14 credits, all in the 80s. But they managed to get in some pure gold in a very short time, like this Philip K cover and a pretty awesome Chose-Your-Own-Adventure for Penguin. But that aside, no biographical anything.
And now to examine this master work of scifi hilarity…
SATURDAY READING REPORT : november 19
Getting back up to speed!
The Invisibles by Grant Morrison Vol. 1 & 2 - ah-mazing series(re-reading)
Caracole by Edmund White - Odd yet awesome and as far as I know the writer’s one offering not grounded in reality(the book takes place in an imagined metropolis not unlike Paris under Nazis Occupation)
The Sacred Book of the Werewolf by Victor Pelevin - ohmygoodness(re-read, possibly better the second time through)
The Beautiful Room Is Empty by Edmund White - queer fiction set in the 50s thru to the Stonewall riot, masterful
The Silver Stone(book two of the Keepers of the Hidden Ways) by Joel Rosenberg - highly fun fantasy, a very light read