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The buddies enter the fictional (some say non-fictional) world of Greek mythology following the story of Patroclus and Achilles in The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller. The book inspired the buddies to make some movie connections as it followed closely to the movie Troy and also had obvious parallels to Austin Powers and Varsity Blues. Make a sa…
 
The buddies jump into the life of high finance, corruption, and murder in the non-fiction thriller Red Notice by Bill Browder. This episode covers a number of topics ranging from, empathizing with multi-millionaires to teaching autocracy 101. Austin Powers and Harry Potter were not mentioned, quoted, or used as a comparison in this episode, breakin…
 
The buddies dive into the mystery genre starting off with the 'Queen of Mystery' herself, Agatha Christie in "And Then There Were None". The buddies reminisce about the good ol' days when being a doctor was a lot easier, how spam mail could have saved lives, and why tongue is best served cold. Next Book: RED NOTICE by BILL BROWDER…
 
The Buddies rant and rave their way through the most recent episode on Laura Dave's, 'The Last Thing He Told Me'. The buddies go full scorched earth, taking on piggy banks, bad parenting, and Reese Witherspoon and everything in-between. We suggest avoiding this episode if you were a big fan of the book. Next Book: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE by AGATHA…
 
The Buddies jump into the zero-gravity world of Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. They touch on some hot button topics such as: bullying, working from home, video games, and motivation through dire consequences, namely: starvation, torture and violence. They finish off the episode with some deep philosophical questions from listeners. Next Book: TH…
 
The Buddies jump into the many worlds of Dark Matter, a page-turning psychological thriller by Blake Crouch. The Buddies pretty much become scientists as they delve into a number of topics ranging from Schrödinger's Cat to the exact smell of a Whole Foods. They also manage to offend a number of professions including: artists, ER doctors, authors an…
 
The Buddies discuss one of their all-time favorite books in Transfer of Power by Vince Flynn. They go into detail about their admiration/awe/lust for Mitch Rapp, come up with a new saying for "bad guy", and find a correlation between Volvo's and Millers Lite. They also touch on some lighter subjects like torture, sexism, and destroying family relat…
 
The Buddies dive into N. K. Jemisin Hugo Award Winning book, The Fifth Season. The Buddies found themselves once again playing stock market advisors, helping our fellow listeners buy or sell V8, unconventional relationship dynamics, and dramatic last lines. The Buddies also played dictionariers, defining pantomime (emphasis on the pant), fulcrum, a…
 
Alright, alright, alright, the buddies dive into Matthew McConaughey biography/self-help book/poetry collection. They once again chat about the importance of physical abuse, peeing on road trips, and speak to the younger audience about being in-touch with plants. Next Book – The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin…
 
The buddies discuss Stephen Kings Novella (not short story) and dive into their favorite characters, talk Good Will Hunting parallels (in their Boston accents), and the importance of cooking raw meat before it hits the danger zone. The buddies also touch on lighter topics such as physical abuse, the NRA, serial killers and projectile vomiting/shitt…
 
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