Oh dang! Eddie’s still on that Gothic kick! Time to get way too meta with Umberto Eco’s Name of the Rose! Lee has been overcome with lyrical awe with Ling Ma’s breathtaking debut, Severance. And we want to know what promises a book makes when you pick it up (Oh no! A talking book, don’t freak out!)
Is William of Baskervilles just a sneaky Sherlock Holmes clone? Will Lee recover from the wonder that is Severance in time to review it without weeping? Is Eddie secretly eating books for sustenance?
Find out in this (not at all) suspenseful episode of… Crime Time!
This week Lee and Eddie are off to the movies to see A Simple Favour! Lee is wild to know where Sammy Went in The Nowhere Child (landed it!), and Eddie is pretty sure ghost tours are a dangerous idea…
Oh dang, Eddie’s been scribbling on all her books and other people have feelings about it! Tell us your feelings! Ten bucks says Eddie’s about to get disowned. #unpopularopinions
Did you miss us? We sure missed you! So to celebrate how much we love all of you, here’s a brand spanking new episode!
Eddie’s back on the metafiction, and just won’t stop insisting that Italo Calvino’s If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler is so cheeky it’s a crime. Lee has your back, and brings the goods with a review of K.L. Slater’s Liar.
Au revoir 2017! Here are our top 9 reads of the year. What did we miss? Leave your favourites in … More
They’re heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere! That’s right, Lee and Eddie wouldn’t leave you hanging for the holiday season! The last episode of the year has arrived, and it is truly a gift!
Lee reviews Laura Marshall’s chilling Friend Request while Eddie just pales in fear at the idea of making friends. Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake arrives just in time for you to binge the first two of this ongoing series, and Eddie is swooning over the coffee table book/pulp fiction history book of the year!
We will see al of you beautiful people in the new year, with an all new schedule, and more banter to make your reading life especially extra!
Eddie’s back on the books from last century with a review of Patrick Süskind’s Perfume: The story of a murderer, Lee’s still firmly in this decade with Kylie Ladd’s The Way Back, and they both attempt to plot the perfect crime (fiction).