Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.47: Separating Books from Authors and M. J. Carter’s The Strangler Vine

Happy Wednesday! This week the Jennys go deep on separating the authors from the work and why we can’t take Jonathan Franzen seriously. Then we review M. J. Carter’s historical mystery novel,¬†The Strangler Vine. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly¬†here to take with you on the go.

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The Strangler Vine

And as promised, the cover of our next read, Patrick DeWitt’s The Sisters Brothers. See how cool?

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Song is by Jeff MacDougall

  • etudesque

    I’ve attempted to read The Sisters Brothers 3 times before my attention flew to another shiny book. One day…

    • Hahahah, girl, at some point you may have to admit to yourself that it’s just not the book for you.

  • Annabel Gaskell

    I do hope you like The Sisters Brothers – one of my faves.

  • I love the cover of The Sisters Brothers!