February 12th, 2011

Dead Dog Cat


Earlier today, I finished reading a graphic novel, Air Volume 4: A History of the Future, reportedly the final volume of the series (do I believe that? Not too much). It deals with a woman who is able to shift vehicles using primarily her mind. I admit to being underwhelmed, in the end, with this saga. If it takes up again, I'm not sure that I'll follow.
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6. Second City Unscripted by Mike Thomas - I'm a big fan of SNL and loved interview-type books like Live From New York and The Christ Farley Show, this book was okay, not as good as the other two but some parts were interesting other parts were just...mreh. If you're into comedy, SNL, Second City, etc it's worth a view.

7. The Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allen Poe - Intense. Pretty good, not my favorite, but I like how he based on a piece of history.

8. The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe - I enjoyed this read more than the Pit and the Pendulum. Really sets the tone in the beginning. Bit of a downer, but it's Poe and they're all downers. It was okay, pretty good.