Books Not Worth Reviewing
A sci-fi spy novel about bisections, nice cans, and an impending ice age.
The text of this book can be summed up in a few sentences -- "Hey kid, would you like to know how you were made. Well, God did it, through your parents. Nice, eh?" But this book is really about the illustrations -- the horrible, horrible illustrations.
The story of the hijacking of the largest oil tanker built, and an attempt to crash it into the largest oil rig ever built. "What stories they would live to tell. Days or weeks in the hot eye of a watching world. Poking a stick in the eye of their millionaire bosses and not having to pay for it. Jesus, they might have pulled this off themselves. Libya. So long, straight world; sorry, tired wife and girlfriend."
What is Dungeons and Dragons? is roughly divided into several sections -- the first part provides a basic overview of the game, and some details on the rules of the game, character generation, and random things like money, the height of your character, and how much stuff you can carry. It discusses the setting of most adventures -- "lairs, often hidden deep below ground, in labyrinthine complexes full of twisting corridors, secret passages, and nearly always, traps."
A return to the Space Eagle series of books. It's time to learn more about Operation Star Voyage, a book full of exuberance for itself, hope for the future, and belief in liberty and the essential goodness of the American way.
Probably the only 9/11 Truth Broadsheet that will ever get reviewed as part of this series.
A book written to capitalize on the space race -- it takes place not too long after the 1960s, but the world has developed space travel, and many world powers have spaceships. The story starts in Greenland, at a stopover in the World Grand Prix Air Race. International playboy Paul Girard lands his experimental plane, the XY-Fury, having pulled into the lead during the prior leg of the race...
First in a series of books from the dude who wrote the *Left Behind* series.
A book of short stories from my childhood, rediscovered, and not worth reviewing.
The tale of two squirrels, just trying to survive this cruel world.