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D to save something for the next volume right My one gripe with this book is the appalling number of typos throughout the book Was the proofreader on vacation that week I read another review of the book right before I started reading it for myself and commented to the reviewer that I thought typos were as much a part of the pulp experience as anything else Now that ie Seen the vast number of typos in the book I want to erase that comment This definitely goes above and beyond and not in a good way It s a shame too because they detract from what is otherwise a great thrilling read I still highly recommend the book but now I must do so with the caveat that if you are one of those people for whom typos are a veritable scourge you should probably stay away from this one for the sake of your sanity This is my first Bones tale and holy crap Very interesting well written and well narrated This is a collection of shorter stories rather than a continuous full length novel but I still loved it just the same I m not one to nit pick about this aspect and that I don t reuire that a story be a certain way or say a certain thing I just go with it and if I like it I like it You can over analyze everything to death and waste time instead of just enjoying the story With that said I m digging Bones This is my first and now I have to have em all of course One of my favorite narrators J Scott Bennett is telling this one and I have only praise for him as usual job well done First heard him with Black Box Inc by Jake Bible and he s ept me smiling ever since This is a cool story I loved it And now I need You created it now you deal with
It I Was Given This Free Review I was given this free review audiobook at my reuest and have voluntarily left this review I received a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewI have never read Mr Fortier before I ve never read pulp horror before In fact the only familiar thing about this is the narrator I don t My Rocky Romance Diary (Diaries of Kelly Ann, know if he chooses these types of books because he likes them or if someone s heard him before and justnows he s the right narrator Whatever the case he is the right narrator for the dark and derangedHaving opened myself
"up to new writers new genres I have freuently been disappointed by books that feel like they "to new writers new genres I have freuently been disappointed by books that feel like they merely the second draft on the road to something great but someone author editor publisher etc decided that they wanted it out to the public before the story percolated into something avid readers would really appreciate This set of stories is definitely not one of themThis set of stories is thick enough to sink your teeth into and dark enough to blind you to anything else until you ve finished it in its entirety Although for some looking for the cozy weirdness you may have to pass this one by It has gore It has weird It has shock factor But all of that is the seasoning on top of a well cooked stea. Nger of them all BROTHER BONES Cover and Illustrations by Rob Davis Star Trek The Next Generation Star Trek Deep Space Nine Malibu Comics ,
This is an great audiobook that brings to life a character reminiscent of graphic comic books of the past Somewhat of an antihero Brother Bones less than stellar origins are revealed in the first story and his avenging justice is unfurled in
The Subseuent Tales Each Story Though Individualsubseuent tales Each story though individual nature builds depth and intricacy into the world of Brother Bones The characters are bought to life by narrators voice His tone pitch and intonation paints images in your minds of the characters and stories just like reading the graphic strips in a comic book With avenging spooks human gorillas and demons this audiobook will The Café Book keep you entertained I received the audiobook at no cost and under no obligation I listened to the Audible audio version of this bookThis Was An Awesome ListenBROTHER BONES was such a great listen Every single story was good and all were tied together with Cape Noire The stories were pulp ish and really good I enjoyed them all and in fact didn t want them to end The first story Shield and Claw was excellent and I have two other favorites One was Scales of Terror where Paula suspects her husband of something nefarious rather than going to work then learns she was right My other favorite was Gorilla Dreams where Beast has the body of a gorilla a fat cigar smoking gorilla even with a man s brain that had been transplanted into him The Ghost Train was also excellent I m now a fan of RON FORTIER I love his writing styleJ SCOTT BENNETT S performance was over the top amazing He does a great job with all the characters He has terrific vocal skills and has become one of my favorite narrators He makes this book which is already good even betterI loved it and will look for others in this vein and by both author and readerThis audiobook was provided by the author narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast I asked for a free copy of this audiobook when I saw who would be narrating Scott Bennett I m a big fan of his I love his voice The best way for me to describe itis soothing He sounds like he d be a really nice guy in person one of those that types that rarely gets madnow what I meanAnyway overall I enjoyed this audiobook While I struggled to get into the first third the rest of the story made up for it I m not sure what the problem was Maybe it was how the side stories connected with each other and to me there was too much going on Who Lord John And The Brotherhood Of The Blade (Lord John Grey, knows All Inow is I had a hard time following along with the characters and staying focused The ideacharacter of Brother Bones was interesting Did the author write a book or other short stories involving him The guy stuck in the gorilla bodyyeah I wasn t so sure about him IDK It s like his character didn t really fit in all that well with the other ones Could have just been me though I loved the synthetic man A gun wielding specter of justice haunts the dark streets of Cape Noire in seven tales of horror suspense and supernatural thrills by pulp.
Ron Fortier ó 3 reviewIde story That poor guy wasn t having much luck at all One area that stood out to me was when the scientist and Dr *SATAN TRANSFERRED HIS BRAIN INTO THE *transferred his brain into the body The author wrote it as though it was totally easy to do transfer a brain into a new body and get everything hooked up Yes I now this isn t a science fiction book or medical text but stillPerhaps I missed the part of how the one lady became a vampire but I felt like there wasn t much of her in these stories even though she
was also an interesting one Either way I could see her written intoalso an interesting one Either way I could see her written into stories In the end this was a different ind of listen for me The stories are worth five stars But I had to nock it one for the editing which drove me nuts Otherwise this is a great collection and I plan to read As soon as I started listening to the Audible version of this book I was instantly excited I recognized the voice of J Scott Bennett who I fell in love with as a narrator after listening to Jake Bible s Fighting Iron and I was not disappointed with his performance of Brother Bones I guess this book would be considered Noir Pulp Horror and this is not a genre I have read before or had any desire to before I have to say though that I really enjoyed this book It is exciting gritty and fun The setting Cape Noir reminds me of the movie Sin City If you enjoy this genre or are even considering branching out and trying something new I would recommend this book I definitely want to check out books by this author especially if narrated by J Scott Bennett I absolutely loved thisWith Amazing characters and tons of gory action this checks all the boxes for meExcellent narration and very highly recommendedI received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review One of the finest new pulp fiction published in recent times this book from master craftsman Ron Fortier contains the following stories1 The Bone Brothers2 Shield Claw3 Scales of Terror4 See Spot Kill5 The Root of Evil6 Gorilla Dreams7 The Ghost TrainDespite being marred by typos these stories contain nearly everything that stood for pulp fiction once upon a time the list being an undead avenger a werewolf a Lovecraftian horror zombies an evil tree a Gorilla possessing a human brain ghosts curvaceous damsels in distress causing distress taking care of
Distress Honest Cops Mobstershonest cops mobsters imagery language that can animate invigorate bodily parts with various instincts and dark humour More importantly the stories are bound to propel you towards the Net to find if th Knowing that a Cape Noire tabletop role playing game is just on the horizon I decided to sink my teeth into the series from which the game is drawn I was not at all disappointed While some of the stories in this anthology are better than others Ron Fortier throws every pulp trope into this book but the itchen sink Hey he ha. Writer Ron Fortier The Green Hornet Rambo The Terminator etc In the grand tradition of the Shadow and the Spider comes the most bizarre ave.