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wookiedawg

Name: Wakonda Robertson

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    May 24, 2017 12:23 am Yah, breezed through it in a couple of hours. I certainly enjoyed it and immediately made me think of Aaron's Scalped. He's also exploring epidemics we see today with drug use, low income jobs, and effects those have on families. This could have easily been set in Michigan or Pennsylvania. I think setting this in Canada allows for that extra setting of the snow. I noticed that the snow itself was a character in some way as it would be the only thing you would hear in many scenes. Almost to the point of it driving you crazy. Al mentions how much Derek makes too much noise, but it's really the snow. Some hidden facets to explore in this book for sure. I also just finished A.D. as well. Lemire is definitely touching on the feels with these books. I haven't read Essex County, so I guess I have some more reading to do. RATINGS: 4.5 Sticking with it: Deserves a place on the shelf for sure. Thanks guys, until next time...
    December 14, 2015 2:31 pm Top 5, and I am going to cheat a little because one series I am reading in full this year and will have it done early next, but it has been a pleasure to read it so I'm gong with it. Fables (said book), Southern Bastards, The Fade Out, Rebels, Star Wars (or can we just say anything Jason Aaron puts his name on at this point). So guys, thanks for taking my question about the renaissance a couple of weeks ago in episode 512. I was glad it sparked the conversation it did and even leaked into 513, which was the point. For Conor, I'm a dude, but a bit of a back story to that is in the 80s I found out there were three other people in the US with my name, but they were all girls and spelled it with a 'c' instead of a 'k'. At least that is what I was told. It also wasn't til about 1990 or 1991 when someone told me the connection to Wakanda. Thanks again, enjoy the week, and can't wait to hear the numbers on the year.