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April 2018 books

A much better book month for me, this month, six books with only one real hmmm. I discovered a new series, which I loved, although unfortunately, the series is currently only two books, I want more *stamps foot petulantly*. 1,024 more words

Books

b2s pick: Johannes Cabal the Necromancer by Jonathan L. Howard

Johannes Cabal the Necromancer by Jonathan L. Howard (Headline, 2009)

Agent: Sam Copeland, RCW Literary Agency

Summary: Johannes Cabal has never pretended to be a hero of any kind. 363 more words

Recommendations

Johannes Cabal the Detective: There's a Dirigible on the Cover, What More Do You Want?

If there’s one thing I enjoy, it’s horror stories. If there’s one more thing I like, it’s murder mysteries. If there’s one last thing I like, it’s dirigibles. 916 more words

Reviews

After the End of the World--New novel creates alternate history of world under Nazi rule

Review by C.J. Bunce

In After the End of the World, author Jonathan L. Howard pens the second book in a series featuring his two heroes, bookstore owner Emily Lovecraft, fictional descendant of horror writer H.P. 656 more words

Comics & Books

Johannes Cabal the Necromancer - Like Johannes' Zombies, Flawed but Functional

Hi again, and welcome back to the Spooky Cor- no, wait. Hmm. Let’s try that again, shall we?

Hi again, and welcome to something-analogous-to-but-not-quite-as-spooky-as-the-real-Spooky-Corner! I’m here today to review Johannes Cabal the Necromancer, by Jonathan L. 980 more words

Reviews

The Necromancer

Author: Jonathan L. Howard

Genre: Fantasy, Humor

Publishing year: 2009

Johannes Cabal has never pretended to be a hero of any kind. There is, after all, little heroic about robbing graves, stealing occult volumes, and being on middling terms with demons. 829 more words

Humor

WEIRDNESS SQUARED: AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD

It’s going to be very difficult to review Jonathan L. Howard’s new book, After the End of the World, not because it’s a difficult book to read (far from it!), but because it’s so bizarre (yet so much fun), it’s hard to explain exactly what the charm of the book is. 565 more words

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