It’s been five years since audiences bid adieu to Harry Potter and friends in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, and little has happened to dampen the love for the wizarding world author J.K. Rowling created. This year already brought the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which
Friend of the show and long-ago guest K. Dale Koontz makes her triumphant return to Gobbledygeek, and this time, she’s brought along her lovely husband Ensley F. Guffey. Together, they’ve written Wanna Cook? The Complete, Unofficial Companion to Breaking Bad, which is pretty much what the title says. Dale and Ensley geek
Gobbledygeek’s first-ever Book Club comes to a conclusion as Paul, AJ & their co-readers discuss the end of S. by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst.
The penultimate installment of the Gobbledy-Book Club is here, as Kenn Edwards of So Let’s Get to the Point and Project Batman joins Paul and AJ to discuss chapters 7-8 of J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S. The book–both books!–is heading toward its conclusion, so of course, things only get more complicated. S. becomes the assassin
Shifting identities. Confessions of love. Chases in the dark. Names. Lots of names. These things and more can be found in chapters 4-6 of J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S., here discussed by your learned and astute co-readers. The Debatable Podcast‘s Greg Sahadachny joins Paul and AJ for the second week of
Gobbledygeek seeks to nourish your mind with a new book club discussing J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s novel-within-a-novel S.
For years, Aint it Cool News film critic and screenwriter C. Robert Cargill had a story gnawing at him. An adult fairytale filled with magic and monsters that now lives in the pages of Dreams and Shadows, his new novel from Harper Voyager. Here, in our one on one interview, Cargill
The second-to-last episode of American Horror Story: Asylum has arrived, guys! We open in 1967, a few years after the main events at Briarcliff. We see Kit’s home at night, with a photo showing he is still living with Alma and Grace. As we move through the home, we see
Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Susan Sarandon and Samuel L. Jackson are featured in a new line of audio books from Audible.com. Here is the list of what these wonderful celebrities tackled: Anne Hathaway – L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Samuel L. Jackson – Chester Himes’ A Rage in Harlem.
As a fan of science fiction, it’s always hard to find the next great book. Perusing the aisles in the bookstore (or the book pages in Amazon) there’s a lot out there and not a lot of it is good. Resurrection is a promising new science fiction, now available on Amazon