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Book Review: The Killing Lessons by Saul Black

Oh. My. God.

DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. Holy f*cking sh*t. This book is terrifying. You’ll get nightmares. And day-mares.

Okay, now that I got that out of the way, let’s proceed to the review. 664 more words


I, Lucifer 

I, Lucifer by Glen Duncan


Genre: Fiction

This is a book about Satan/Lucifer who has been granted a deal from God that if he lives out one human month as a human on earth, he might be garnered forgiveness. 57 more words

Glen Duncan

(Photo: Michael Lionstar)

It’s odd to begin this Wordsmith Wednesday post on a blog about stories, particularly when the writer in question admits to not being too interested in story at all. 613 more words

Wordsmith Wednesday

The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan.

I rarely try to listen to audiobooks in 1 or 2 sittings, meaning nonstop listening over a 1 or 2 day period, but god fucking damn it The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan narrated by Robin Sachs was just that fucking good. 441 more words

Self Post

Veren yhdistämät ~ By Blood We Live

Glen Duncan, suom. Elina Koskelin
By Blood We  Live, 2014 (orig)
Like Kustannus Oy, 2016 (fin)
489 s/p

Modernin kauhun rokkistara Glen Duncan päättää  800 more words


the Way the Future Works

It’s tragic isn’t it? The things we leave behind while growing up. The things that become remote and irrelevant dispite once being so clear and bright. 587 more words