Kraus brings Romero’s zombie novel to life, in what can’t help but be a classic of the genre.
Long story short – go read all of Tremblay’s books.
The Lives of Tao drags a reluctant hero into an alien war, and I gotta say that it sounds like hard work becoming a secret agent.
Han Kang’s novel is a devastatingly quiet dive into power, abuse and a mind unravelling.
Chuck Wendig brings us a scarily prescient masterpiece, that’s sure to find its place in the classic novel lists of the future.
Hendrix gives us a brilliant, smart ode to the ’80s, a tender coming-of-age story drenched in horror, with brilliant moments of comedy.
On why I mostly talk about books I love, and on how new words are eeking out and what they’re eeking out to.
Iglesias’ brutal, beautiful Coyote Songs pulls no punches in a powerful look at life on the border.
A short update from me as we find ourselves a third of the way through 2020. In which I don’t seem to have done a lot, and that’s ok.