Sunday, July 21, 2013

Lazy Sunday Service

I've just about had my fill of business books about big data, so I made a start into Victor Gischler's Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse last night.  It's the usual Gischler mix of mayhem, violence and rich black humour set nine years after the world imploded to leave what's left of American society regressed into a wild west civilization inhabiting a tattered modern landscape.  It's good, noirish fun so far.

My posts this week:
Review of Graveland by Alan Glynn
More for the pile
Yet both were Glasgow
Review of Dead Man's Time by Peter James
How do you tilt?
Guarantees and promises

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