Well, been awhile since anyone posted. What has everyone else been reading?
Currently reading a book called Gretel, which is a full length adult modernization of Hansel and Gretal. The result of desperately searching for ANYTHING good to read. Its passable, but not really worthy of recommending.
Last Edit: Dec 24, 2015 6:12:57 GMT -5 by AeroCooper
Coop check out an author called 'Greg Iles' ... Shaun bought me a book of his called 'The Bone Tree' , haven't found anything else of his, but I liked it and it is apparently a part of a series....also have been re-reading Patricia Cornwell....mostly her Scarpetta stuff
Got this interesting book for Christmas called the Blumhouse Book of Nightmares. Its short horror stories written by various horror directors like Eli Roth and James Wan that have been collected. I've enjoyed it. The most interesting wasn't even really horror--more revenge I guess. It was about this Jewish guy who is just fried, tired of life so he goes to Costa Rica for a few months to party. He meets this blonde girl and goes to her house and she lives in a community of Nazis. He visits with her great-grandfather who is on his deathbed and while alone writes a number down and shows it to the man which sends the man into fits. Its not explained but I think the number was the serial number of one of his relatives that was in one of the death camps.
Anyway, that was just one of the stories. Pretty interesting stuff. I'd recommend it to anyone who is a horror aficionado.
Post by AeroCooper on Sept 23, 2016 10:26:45 GMT -5
I just finished 2 great books by Herman Raucher: Summer of '42, and Maynard's House. I started a third called A Glimpse of Tiger, but I'm going to return it. I highly recommend checking out this author though if you are not familiar.
Post by AeroCooper on Nov 16, 2016 16:15:39 GMT -5
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. The story of a young boy who was on a single engine flight when the pilot has a heart attack. He has to land the plane himself, and then is stuck way out in the forest with only a hatchet to survive.
Well, actually I just finished it. Took me only 2 days, which is rare for me, as I tend to not rush through books that quickly.
SaintChrisBeCool: It's so quiet in Aerosmith world these days. The pandemic sure would be easier if we could get a box set of unreleased material, or a Deuces Are Wild Vegas DVD, or something, anything, to pass the time.
Feb 26, 2021 1:03:49 GMT -5
tedz: I 'vote' for a box set of unreleased material, if there's enough material for a box.
Feb 28, 2021 15:04:34 GMT -5
anaix3l: Spring. In theory.
Feb 28, 2021 18:56:35 GMT -5
SaintChrisBeCool: tedz, there's gotta be MORE than enough material. There's a couple of fans online (though not on this site, I don't think) who are absolutely obsessed with outtakes and have spent a lot of time digging up and cataloging all the songs by the band that...
Mar 4, 2021 0:35:25 GMT -5
SaintChrisBeCool: ...have never seen the light of day. There is a lot of material that never got released over the last 25-30 years. The little bits and snippets of stuff I've heard from the Nine Lives sessions especially were really good.
Mar 4, 2021 0:36:33 GMT -5
AeroCooper: ...or not
Apr 27, 2021 11:45:19 GMT -5
Alicanto: Love the Nine Lives outtakes. Too bad we've only got snippets to listen to. And then there's the even deeper buried outtakes, like 13, Rocket 88, Sister June, House of the Rising Sun... Who knows if some of those actually exist or are just rumors, but I...
Apr 27, 2021 21:09:20 GMT -5
Alicanto: ...would really love to see some of those get dug up too.
Apr 27, 2021 21:09:38 GMT -5