The Booket List September 19

When most people think about their high school English classes, they generally think about two things: The Scarlet Letter, and essays. Despite how interesting Puritanical values are, we don’t really want to talk about them because they’re actually quite boring. So, we’ve come together to give you an episode on essays! Where did they come from? What do they do? What even is an essay?

The Booket List Episode 34: Lazy Summer Livin’!

Hey Everyone! Welcome to this week’s episode of The Booket List. This is Kimmy here! We’re sorry we’ve failed at getting an episode out to ya’ll these last few weeks, but I’ve got a special treat for you guys to make up for it. The episode you’re going to listen to today is probably one of my favorite episodes of The Booket List to date and I’m not even in it! So, hit the play button to Chris and Martyn take twenty minutes to read the blurb for The Fireman by Joe Hill our July Novel, and go off on a billion and one different tangents. It’s hilarious. I promise.

The Booket List Episode 33: American Gods Discussion!

Hey Everyone! Welcome to this week’s episode of The Booket List! It’s the first week of June, which means we’re having our discussion of May’s Book Club Novel, American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Beware of spoilers in this week’s episode, so make sure you’re finished reading before you listen! Once you’re ready, click play and listen to us discuss the masterpiece which is American Gods. We discuss everything from the basic plot of the novel to some of the deep rooted themes we found while reading. What did you think about American Gods? Leave us a comment below!

The Booket List Episode 31: Introducing American Gods!

Hey Everyone! Welcome to this week’s episode of The Booket List. We’re sorry we missed ya’ll last week! If you remember, we introduced our novel for May the last time you heard from us. This week, Chris and Martyn are in studio to talk all about American Gods by Neil Gaiman. They talk about everything from their opinions of the novel so far to how modern fantasy is budding into its own genre.