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At Childhood’s End

There are only two words to describe Sophie Aldred’s book, At Childhood’s End.
“AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! YES!”

Okay, with that having been said, let’s back up a bit. I don’t remember the last fiction book that I read. I read a steady stream of comics for Geekorama.net and RPG materials for TheRatHole.ca, so for fiction books, I tend to go for the audio versions. That way I can listen when I’m on the go. More pertinent than just having limited time, is that some health issues in recent years have made focusing to read a novel frustratingly difficult. That wasn’t an option for me this time, so I was a tad bit nervous about whether I’d be able to get through this book in the time I needed to be finished it...

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A Musical Celebration of Bestselling Author Chuck Palahniuk’s New Novella

A Musical Celebration of Bestselling Author Chuck Palahniuk’s New Novella

By the Bushwick Book Club

October 30, 2017) Bestselling author Chuck Palahniuk has written 14 novels, sold more than 5 million books in the United States, written a New York Times bestselling graphic novel and an acclaimed coloring book and had multiple books adapted for film—and now Palahniuk‘s prose will be inspiring musical performances across the country. This fall, the Bushwick Book Club will present three shows in celebration of and inspired by Palahniuk’s latest book LEGACY: AN OFF-COLOR NOVELLA FOR YOU TO COLOR. The novella, featuring colorable illustrations by Steve Morris and Mike Norton, is on sale from Dark Horse Books on November 7 and performances for LEGACY will be held in Brooklyn, Portland an...

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