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NextFest 2016: Wolves


Written and directed by Ashleigh Hicks
Featuring: Tyler Biddulph, Tyra Banda, Cheryl Vandergraaf, Jessica Watson, Kajsa Engel-Wood, and Christina Nguyen
Designer: Brianna Kolybaba
Stage Manager: Krystal Johnson… 660 more words

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TWD: "Knots Untie" thoughts

“Knots Untie” is another episode sticking closely to the comic and it’s another good one. There’s a definite trend here, for those of you who haven’t read the comic, that when the writers of the show adhere to Kirkman’s original vision, the story and characters make a lot more sense. 817 more words


The Wolves | A John Wells Novel

The Wolves

                                           Kindle Edition by Alex Berenson

One of Berenson’s best John Wells novels. Keeps moving with lots of suspense and bad people. The end leaves you hanging for the next book. 573 more words


Davey Richards To Be Out Of Action For Several Months After Knee Surgery

Source: WrestlingINC

We noted earlier this month that one half of the current TNA Tag Team Champions The Wolves, Davey Richards suffered a knee injury on January 31 at an Impact Wrestling taping in Birmingham, England. 52 more words


Alex Berenson's New Book, The Wolves

Even though I scour local and national news and write a ton of blogs for publications, I read fiction, well crafted fiction. I like counter terrorism and Cold War stuff, like that series “The Americans,” on FX (returning for a final season in Mid March) and I especially like Alex Berenson. 159 more words

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Title: The Wolves

Author: Alex Berenson

Pages: 400

Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Publication Date: 9 February 2016

Rating: ★★★★ 704 more words


Book Review: The Wolves

I really like the fact Alex Berenson writes literary thrillers. In my opinion, Daniel Silva and Berenson are the best in this genre.

The quality of the writing isn’t the only thing that sets apart the John Wells series from others such as Mitch Rapp and Scot Harvath—Berenson has gotten away from using the “doomsday scenario” involving WMDs and Muslim terrorists in every novel, and instead his plots are intelligent and far more subtle. 495 more words

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