Author Archives: Sean P. Ferguson

Flushboy by Stephen Graham Jones

I know. It’s a book called Flushboy and there’s a toilet on the cover. You pay close enough attention to me, by which I clearly mean, give me a passing social media glance, and you’d think that I was sponsored … Continue reading

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Federales by Christopher Irwin

I feel like I’m constantly chasing this imaginary thing. There’s for sure a hole inside that I can’t seem to fill with my own self, so I’ve tried just about everything else; tattoos, drugs, alcohol, women, and the beat goes … Continue reading

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Mockingbird by Chuck Wendig

Say it isn’t so! The second novel in the Miriam Black series opens with our heroine jockeying the register of some terrible shore-store on Long Beach Island. She now spends her days swiping cheap flip-flops, bags of pretzels, and plastic … Continue reading

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Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig

It’s hard to find a well-written female character, especially when the author is a man. They’re usually these comic book amalgamations, all unnaturally curved with little personality. Sometimes they have the flexibility and fight of Kate Beckinsale’s Selene from the … Continue reading

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Pike by Benjamin Whitmer

When you hear enough of the right voices whisper the right names, you think, maybe, there’s something to this. Pike is one of those book titles that rattle around in the recommendation and favorites lists. Naturally, you think you’ll get … Continue reading

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Hell on Church Street by Jake Hinkson

Geoffrey Webb pulls into a convenience store and comes out to a gun pressed against him. He’s forced into his car and taken for a ride while the stickup artist decides what to do with his victim. Geoffrey is a … Continue reading

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The Contortionist’s Handbook: Ten Years Later

So much time has passed. I was climbing over stacks of magazines and flyers, books and brochures, with six books of my own tucked under my arms. I’d just finished listening to the author read from his debut novel, a … Continue reading

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