Write Reads #57 The Substitute

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Hey there, friends. Look at us! Right on time with our 57th podcast. This is a good one too. We have finally sorted out our technical issues so you won’t be tortured by bad sounding podcasts anymore. It’s also an excellent book and a pretty good discussion about all of the reasons that it’s excellent. In short, Lundrigan has wowed us again.

We always warn you that spoilers abound in our podcasts but for this particular book we strongly believe that your enjoyment of The Substitute will be lessened greatly if you know the major spoiler that we do discuss. YOU ARE WARNED THRICE TIMES! You will thank us if you run out and get this book and then read it and THEN listen to our podcast.

Just a reminder that our next podcast will be on Oct 27th and we will be discussing French Exit by Patrick deWitt.

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1 Response to Write Reads #57 The Substitute

  1. Pingback: Write Reads #66 Top Ten Canadian Books of the 2010s | writereads

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