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Jason Henderson

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I've been writing comics for a long time, and games, and-- well, I write, so there's always *something.* But now I've gotten into modern-day YA novels with the Alex Van Helsing series.


Bleeding Cool has that Tom Cruise will return as Jack Reacher for a second Reacher movie. I'm actually thriled by this news because I love the Reacher book series and thought that the first movie portrayed the material really well. But beyond that, this news is an example of a studio being willing to try again when a movie catches a bad break: if you recall, JACK REACHER suffered enormously in...

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Absolutely chills with atmosphere and dread. Highly recommended.
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I read this book because I wanted to explore what it would be like to be part of the surf scene at the very start. This is a really enjoyable short novel (roughly 200 pages long) about a teenage girl named Franzie who talks the boys at Malibu circa 1 ...more
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Voice of the Undead by Jason Henderson
"I liked the first book in this series, and I think I liked this second one even better. It's fast-paced and has plenty of action and humor."
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"Alex continues his adventure in with the Polidorium in this action packed sequel to the Vampires Rising. The way Jason Henderson uses literature to weave a story was fun and interesting. You love this kid, Alex, right from the start. He's a regula..." Read more of this review »
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They don't write breathy, dated potboilers like this anymore. How could they?

I am recommending The Survivors as much for the curious nostalgic experience of reading it as for the book itself. If you should find this book it will be an old copy, and t
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“Kolchak nodded, 'Right, because that would make sense." He took off his hat and crumpled it against his hip. 'When I lived in Seattle, I met a man who had been killing people for a hundred years easily. I nearly got arrested painting on his portrait in the bank he owned, just to match his face to the hundred-year-old shot I had of him with a beard. It's possible.'

'Why didn't you just take a picture of the painting and scribble on the picture?'

'It was a gesture,' Kolchak wrung his hands, 'and anyway that's not the point.' ("Wet Dog of Galveston")”
Jason Henderson, Kolchak: The Night Stalker Chronicles

“Nismo nemoćni jer nam govore što da radimo i jer to činimo. Bespomoćni smo jer volimo sigurnost ropstva.”
Jason Henderson, Psy-Comm, Volume 3

“You, the reader, make the book, but the book does not in itself exist between these decomposing covers. You read the script, you are, in your mind, actor, patron, director. Critic, ultimately. This collection of pages is just the beginning of a greater creation."

"If what you say is true, then what of the writer of the books? Great men wrote them, and they know much more than I what is to be said and learned... [the author] surely knew more than I, and besides, the book is complete in itself."

"[The author] may be great, but he still waits patiently for you to read him, and his books are incomplete without you. Without the reader, they are lines unspoken, scripts with neither reader nor audience. Recipes with no food - - and no cook. In a very real way, then, the book is not, as you say, complete. Until you read it.

My point is, that in all of your deference and study you must remember who you are and realize that you are sharing--on equal terms--with the messenger on the other side of the page."

~McDuff from The Spawn of Loki (The MacDuff Saga) by Jason Henderson”
Jason Henderson, The Spawn of Loki

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“Kolchak nodded, 'Right, because that would make sense." He took off his hat and crumpled it against his hip. 'When I lived in Seattle, I met a man who had been killing people for a hundred years easily. I nearly got arrested painting on his portrait in the bank he owned, just to match his face to the hundred-year-old shot I had of him with a beard. It's possible.'

'Why didn't you just take a picture of the painting and scribble on the picture?'

'It was a gesture,' Kolchak wrung his hands, 'and anyway that's not the point.' ("Wet Dog of Galveston")”
Jason Henderson, Kolchak: The Night Stalker Chronicles




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