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Amid the towering stacks of a mysterious Library we desperately ‘review’ books we haven’t read — with tenacity, ingenuity and love. We only judge a book by its cover!

May 28, 2020

74 · Reverse Werewolf Boyfriend Quest

Cover artThis week's episode was 'filmed' before a 'live' 'audience' — in place of the planned live show in Croydon we did a livestream! You can see the recording here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/nDfy5BGoIMA

In a world of noble wolves there is a small hidden group afflicted with reverse lycanthropy: once a month at the full moon(or in a moment of uncontrolled emotion) they will revert to a more primitive human form, capable of preternatural feats of passive agression, protecting the world of wolves from the dark legions of Karens and Chads who prey upon it from the shadows.

— "Silver Crown" by William Bridges

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May 21, 2020

73 · Finnish is the Opposite of French

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Working as a flying saucer-wrecker, our young hero finds himself in the midst of an intergalactic conspiracy when his shift-leader ends up dead! He will have to prove his innocence by finding his way out of the trouble he's been dropped in.

— "Muerte en Soucoupe Volante" by Pierre Tollet

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May 14, 2020

72 · No Baiting on the Sabbath

Cover artIn a world where witches are both loved and feared, it brings great status to a town or village to have their own garden-witch — but the wiley creatures are hard to lure in and get to settle. So when the hamlet of Titisee seeks to increase their tourist appeal they turn to  reclusiveGuild of witch-baiters that claims to always get results, or your money back.

— "The Witch-Baiter" by Charles Birkin

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May 7, 2020

71 · The Florence Foster Jenkins of Podcasting

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While practicing for his upcoming debut as opera singer in the role of Papageno from Mozart's Magic flute, up and coming baritone Kenneth Rogered finds himself transported by the magical Glockenspiel to the mystical world of Isis and Osiris, caught in a conflict where both see him as the problem rather the solution and he'll eventually have to decide which world he belongs to.

— "Witch World" by Andre Norton

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