The newest offering by bestselling author Bloodsucking Fiends (1995), and it picks up almost exactly where that novel left off. Jody has turned her boyfriend Tommy into a vampire, much to his disgust. Being undead is a tough gig, and in typical Moore fashion, chaos and hilarity ensue.is a sequel to Categories: Reviews, Staff Pick
In Tom Perrotta's new novel, church and state collide with surprising consequences in a small American suburb.
Ruth Ramsey has been a sex-ed teacher for over a decade but suddenly finds her "pleasure is good" curriculum hijacked and replaced with an abstinence only program. The driving force behind this change is an evangelical Christian church called The Tabernacle which has moved into her neighbourhood and is gaining political power.Categories: Reviews, Staff Pick
Indie rock duo The Con, their style continues to evolve.have 4 albums under their belt. With the release of their 5th entitled
From their acoustic beginnings on Under Feet Like Ours, Tegan and Sara have come a long way. Their third album, If it Was You, incorporated a full band. On The Con, their arrangements are more complex, and their songs are more atmospheric. At the core, the sound is familiar to anyone who has enjoyed the duo's last efforts- solid personal songs about love, loss and the complexities of being a 20-something trying to find a place in this crazy world.Categories: Reviews, Music
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