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Speaking With A Young Writer
Posted in Blog on Feb 14, 2020 — 172 reads
A Parting Look At Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup Of America By Thomas W. Chittum
Posted in Modern Combat on Feb 4, 2020 — 386 reads
H.P. Lovecraft's Cat's Of Ulthar Read By Swain Laughlin
Posted in Blog on Jan 30, 2020 — 270 reads
Echoes Of Cataclysm And Migration From The Book Of Job
Posted in Histories on Jan 30, 2020 — 281 reads, 2 comments
Impressions Of A Lethal Paradise, From Empire Of The Summer Moon By S. C. Gwynne
Posted in Histories on Jan 19, 2020 — 346 reads, 1 comment
Crackpot Mailbox: Carlos And James Discuss The Iliad, Reading And A Life Of Action
Posted in Blog on Jan 15, 2020 — 339 reads
Blood Meridian: Or The Evening Redness In The West By Cormac McCarthy
Posted in Histories on Jan 12, 2020 — 285 reads, 2 comments
Sade By Jonathan Bowden
Posted in Blog on Jan 8, 2020 — 289 reads
Blood Meridian: Or The Evening Redness In The West By Cormac McCarthy
Posted in Histories on Jan 8, 2020 — 388 reads, 1 comment
Brian Jewell Reviews Various Cuneiform Tablets From The Dark Heart Of Maryland
Posted in Harm City on Dec 25, 2019 — 411 reads
Outtakes From A Conversation With Brian Jewell And Tips For Building Your Own Readership By Posting
Posted in Blog on Dec 22, 2019 — 379 reads
A Dawn In Flanders By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Dec 19, 2019 — 232 reads
And Other Mythic Concepts With C8 And James
Posted in Fiction on Dec 16, 2019 — 443 reads, 2 comments
Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual, By Jocko Willink
Posted in Modern Combat on Dec 2, 2019 — 1986 reads, 4 comments
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Fantastic Voyage Revisited

The dreams James LaFond has allowed his readers access to are markedly energetic, vivid, and adventuresome in large part. While many of the dreams do contain violence, the violence rarely involves real bloodshed and murder, although there is one that comes close, as I recall. And a few of them are just simply downright childlike, fit as a fairy tale, touching, and charming.
 
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