The Bookrageous Podcast Serious about books…but not exactly serious.

August 18, 2011  

Bookrageous Episode 24; ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!

Intro Music; Feels Like the First Time - Foreigner

What We’re Reading


[1:15] House of Holes, Nicholson Baker

[4:15] Mule, Tony D'Souza

[6:10] American Vampire, Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque


[7:00] The Leftovers, Tom Perrotta

[9:52] What It Is Like to Go to War, Karl Marlantes (also, Matterhorn)

[11:30] I'm Feeling Lucky, Douglas Edwards (also, The Filter Bubble)


[13:40] The Name of the Star, Maureen Johnson

[14:55] The Magician King, Lev Grossman (sequel to The Magicians)

[16:35] Sex at Dawn, Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha

[19:15] The Long Goodbye, Raymond Chandler

[20:24] The Sisters Brothers, Patrick Dewitt

Intermission; One Year Later - The Get Up Kids

[22:12] One year! and our evolving tastes.

[30:17] We are stats nerds

[36:22] Thanks a billion to our guest hosts Paul, Ali, Lacy, Christina, Ryan, Michele, Bethanne, Emily, Rachel, Sarah, Kit and Kevin.

[36:58] The Murmur Podcast

[39:35] Our book club! Zone One, Colson Whitehead

[41:30] Listener feedback

[47:00] Lightning round; books we didn't love (Super Sad True Love Story, Room, Atonement, Catcher in the Rye), books we're ashamed we didn't read (Old Man and the Sea, The Great Gatsby, Joyce Carol Oates (We Were the Mulvaneys, Zombie), Murakami), books we wish we'd covered (Freedom)

[54:23] The Last Werewolf, Glen Duncan

[56:00] Goals for Bookrageous, year two

Outro; Feels Like the First Time - Foreigner

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