Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bred Any Good Rooks Lately? (Suggested Reading)' started by MadamMack, Nov 1, 2013.
Subterranean Press: Announcing The River of Souls » Robert McCammon
Woohoo! More Matthew Corbett is always a good thing. He's really chosen the lone, hard road for himself now too. Can't wait to see where it takes him.
SUCH GOOD NEWS!! Have it noted on my calendar; cannot wait to get my hands on it!
Thanks Hunter! I ordered my signed copy early this morning! Happy dancing now!!!!
I finished Gone South and it's a good read.
Swan Song or Boy's Life? Which one should I start with?
I did Boy's Life first,then Swan Song,and am glad I went with that sequence..recently finished the five,and figured out who started that "No problem" business that annoys Nomad so much..It was Jack Nicholson!
Swan Song is like The Stand. Boy's Life is more like IT.
Will start with Boy's Life then. Thanks ya'll.
Subterranean: The River of Souls Signed Trade Editions in Short Supply » Robert McCammon
Also in that update, Subterranean has announced that they're working on a limited edition of The Queen of Bedlam, the second Matthew Corbett novel.
Just waiting for them to send the announcement saying I can pre-order it!!!!
Gave 'Boy's Life' to my Mum, she is 72, and she loved it. My all time favourite is 'Swan Song'. Best post apocalyptic novel of all time, sorry SK (You're still the best author)
I really enjoyed Boy's Life too.
I'd have to agree; Swan Song is one of my favorite books of all by anyone.
Audible now has the unabridged audiobook edition of The River of Souls available for pre-ordering. The book is narrated by Edoardo Ballerini, who narrated the first four Matthew Corbett audiobooks.
The River of Souls audiobook coming from Audible | Matthew Corbett's World
Just finished my first reread of Swan Song. Been over twenty years since my initial read. The book is corny as hell, reads like a very early work, and a straight out homage to King's - The Stand.
But dammit! I love the characters and their fates still managed to get me choked up from time to time with either joy or sadness. Even if the delivery of those moments was often clunky, McCammon has the elusive gift of making me care about his characters. And in the end, that is the most important thing.
Smile: A fan film based on a Robert McCammon story » Robert McCammon
Ordered The River of Souls from B&N today with one of my Christmas gift cards. In little over a month, I'll be settling down with Matthew in his newest adventure. Can't wait!
I read a few of his years and years ago. I remember really liking Swan Song. I think he also wrote one called Mine that was pretty good.
Mine is one of the best suspense novels ever!