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Jonathan Schildbach

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The Summer of Fort Billy

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Is there a statute of limitations on when New Year’s resolutions just become resolutions? I’m going to go with two weeks, since that allows me to fit this in.


In years past, the resolutions have been (intended as) a comedic venture, topped off with a dollop of at least one sincere resolution. But 2017 is arriving without a lot of my usual smartass spirit. Personally, thing...

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Outcast, Vol. 1 by Robert Kirkman
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I got this with the intent to read it before the show hit the air on Cinemax. That didn't happen, so I ended up reading it after I'd finished watching the whole first season. No big surprises here, or if you read it before watching the show, no big s ...more
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Moon Knight, Volume 2 by Brian Wood
Moon Knight, Volume 2: Dead Will Rise
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read in January, 2016
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I was a bit annoyed, thinking they were going back into the 'diagnosis thing' here--but (spoiler alert) that was more about manipulating Moon Knight. Still enjoying this enough to look for more...eventually.
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Bird Box by Josh Malerman
Bird Box
by Josh Malerman (Goodreads Author)
read in October, 2016
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Really loved this book, in the way that I love all horror...where it should make you feel a little upset and unclean. Malerman refers to it as "speculative fiction" in his comments on the book...and I guess that works, too. Still, plenty scary, and v ...more
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American Gods by Neil Gaiman
American Gods (American Gods, #1)
by Neil Gaiman (Goodreads Author)
read in October, 2016
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I really loved this book. It was a mix of elements that really 'pushed my buttons'--from the odd, supernatural bent of gods, mortals, and mortals-becoming-immortals(?), woven into the story in a variety of different fashions; to the small-town myster ...more
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Good Prose by Tracy Kidder
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This is a pretty quick and fun read. I bought it thinking it was about "prose" as just a general concept (and because I was trying to drum up some inspiration for my own writing/blogging). But it's really geared more toward journalism. There is a cha ...more
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Dreams, Myths and Fairy Tales in Japan by Hayao Kawai
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Kawai is known as an expert in Jungian analysis. I bought this because Marie Mutsuki Mockett referenced the author in "Where the Dead Pause and the Japanese Say Goodbye." I think I was expecting a bit more depth to the analysis--or more 'meat' overal ...more
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Unbroken Brain by Maia Szalavitz
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This is a must-read for anybody in the social services. I haven't asked my friends who work in addiction services about their take on it, or if they've read it, but Szalavitz takes a measured approach to addiction, the hysteria and misinformation sur ...more
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Invincible, Vol. 20 by Robert Kirkman
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This volume was a bit much for me, tending toward abusive--although I don't want to diminish the meaning of that word. Still, the level of violence and death visited on as many characters as happens in this volume is excessive--including (Spoiler Ale ...more
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