MaliceCast Live: Episode 20 recap

Good Day to all the Geek Enthusiast and Nerd Aficionados! We just hit double digits for the second time on

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Critical Failures 2: Fail Harder: Caverns and Creatures Book 2 by Robert Bevan

Hey guys so this is killing me. I have 2 great books I want to get to. The fourth in this series and ‘American Gods’. If you read my previous articles you know that I will not start book 4 in this series until I do Mr. Bevan his due and give you some feed back on the first 3 and the 3 short story anthologies. At the same time I am cheating as I am listening to ‘American Gods’ at the moment and it has me riveted, more on that when I am done with it.

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Audiobook Review: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, performed by Nick Offerman

I know what you might be thinking, “Isn’t that the book we had to read back in High School that used the N word a lot?” Yes…and…no. Tom Sawyer does use some racial obloquy from time to time, but it pales in comparison to the later novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Yes, it is the 21st century and no one should use that word, but this novel is a staple of American literature and the author is using authentic vernacular. Also note; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was written in 1876 by Mark Twain, not 1981 by current United States Attorney General Jeffrey Sessions.

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Critical Failures: Caverns and Creatures by Robert Bevan, Book 1 a book review

Well I made my self a deal. let me explain that real fast before I start talking about this book. The fourth book in this series came out on the 7th March 2017. I am ready to dig into it. But well I been wanting to write a review about this series since Malice-Corp was founded but kept going with more current events. Now with the fourth books release it is current but the book is calling to me. So the deal is I can’t start the fourth book till I tell you all about the first three and the three short story anthologies. Mr Bevan deserves to be covered on Malice-Corp.com! Who am I kidding he deserves to be covered by a much bigger and better news outlet…

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