MojoFiction’s Inconvenient Hairline

Recently, the staff here at MojoFiction heard about this newfangled thing called global warming, which came as a total surprise to us as we gunned our Hummer down Interstate 90 on our way to visit our stock broker to ask about the performance of our oil and gas stock. See, we hadn't been paying attention... Continue Reading →

The Crossing (a book review)

Considering how prolific he is, you would think author Michael Connelly's recurring characters, and especially the stories, would get stale. Okay, he's not James Patterson prolific, but he's also the only one writing his novels (as far as I know). The characters do have some recurring arcs and the occasional dramatic development usually reserved for... Continue Reading →

Locked On (a book review)

I've been a Clancy fanboy since I read Patriot Games back in high school. The "real-world" adventures of Jack Ryan seemed to stand above more generic thriller fare. I eventually stopped reading though, as the author turned out massive tomes that felt self-indulgent (not to take a shot at Tom Clancy since he has passed). The... Continue Reading →

Ruin (a book review)

I hadn't planned on reviewing this novel, as I already reviewed the first two in this series quite favorably. But the final installment dropped in December and I thought I would check in to see if it's worth going through three long books to get to that big finale. TL;DR – Of course it is!... Continue Reading →

The Lives of Tao (a book review)

Did you know that Tai Chi was invented by an alien species that secretly attach themselves to human hosts because they would otherwise die in Earth's atmosphere? And that those same aliens have been waging a secret war against each other for control of humanity's destiny? Oh, and they started the Spanish Inquisition. What, you... Continue Reading →

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