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PULP! Two-Pawed Tales of Adventure

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Adventure Cadets, grab your decoder rings and get ready for:
•Super Science!
•Gunslingers!
•Uncanny Civilizations!
•Mystery and Danger!

Keep your dials tuned as we join the RVO Radio Theatre for adventure, mystery, and danger! Dive deep into the jungles of South America where the temple's gift may not bring what you wish in The Ruins. Then, jump to the Wild West of America as a
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Paperback, 254 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by Rabbit Valley
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Rechan
Nov 10, 2015 Rechan rated it really liked it
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I have been eager to read "Pulp!: Two-Pawed Tales of Adventure" for a long while, and now that I have, I'm sorry it took this long. Pulp is a fun genre, with action and moxy and very little in the way of depth or character that makes it a fun, quick read. The stories here do that quite well.

"The Ruins" is a great choice to start the anthology off with. Tym Greene's story of a retrieval mission for a crashed plane in the jungles is what I imagine when I think of pulp: exotic locales, the threat o
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Alice
Mar 05, 2015 Alice added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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The disposable reads of the interwar years that riveted so many impressionable youngsters, both at the time and years later when they turned up in attics and secondhand book shops, make a great theme for an anthology. I don't know when I've had more fun at a keyboard than when creating my offering, 'Flight of the Fire Dragon'.

The stories cover most parts of the known world and quite a few fictional parts. There are lost treasures in Africa, Nazis in Australia, and plenty of weird happenings bac
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T.S. McNally
Mar 12, 2015 T.S. McNally rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
While the stories were probably set up randomly, it does do well in mixing the action and adventure sides of pulp in alternating patterns so that action fatigue doesn't set in too hard.

I would say that the stories were overall above average. The only major disappointment I recall having when I read this a few months back was one of the stories ended on a Deus Ex Machina which was also kind a clique of the genre.

The strongest one was the story the one of the border collie that finds a mysterious
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Ocean Tigrox
Jan 06, 2015 Ocean Tigrox rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
A variety of different pulp scenarios. A great mix of different types of stories so much you don't know what to expect once you finish one and start the next.
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