Combine "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead," and that's the feeling you get from "Fiend." When talking about Peter Stenson's new/first novel, "Fiend," I feel like I have to bring up the distinction between appreciating the craftsmanship that goes into making a work of art as...

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Introducing Greenbutts, the 100% biodegradable filters for  cigarettes! We at Geeksmash do not wish to condone smoking, but we know that millions of people all over the world and possibly many of our readers do. In fact, according to Greenbutts, around 4.5 trillion cigarette butts become litter...

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My sole complaint with this novel? It's only 317 pages long. I could have easily hung out with these characters for twice that long, or three times. (I'm one of those people who likes doorstoppers.) But only if they're well-written, and "The Goliath Stone" easily fits...

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Turns out death is not the end of the world. Ofir Mafala’s book “The World of the End” was first published in 2004, but my review isn’t dreadfully late. No, Mr. Mafala’s book was originally written in Hebrew--he’s Israeli--and only recently was it translated and republished in...

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Today's a very special day. You see, dear readers, today is the 4th of July. It's a day of celebration. A day of remembrance. A day for all of America to think about our history, how far we've come and how far we've yet to go....

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When you consider all the interdimensional real estate included, you're getting a pretty sweet deal. Years ago, dear readers, when I was but a lad, I recall a very special Christmas. That was the year that I received my first video game console, a Nintendo 64....

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