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The Kali Krew Presents: Extremely Exciting

Spring is such a crazy time. Lots going on and lots to be excited about. This week the Kali Krew has gathered some odds and ends that have our ears perking up. So please, peruse the list below to see what we have in store for you!

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The Case of the Giant Carnivorous Worm (A Pendleton Case #1) by Thomas E. Staples

Chosen by Tracy

“I love the title and the cover and I can’t wait to read it this summer….finally!” – Tracy

The Devil is a Part-Timer

Chosen by Gracie

“Satan jets from a battlefield, followed by his faithful lieutenant. They land in modern day Tokyo and Satan works at a McDonald’s-a-like. Silly and hilarious. It’s not entirely new to me as Le Tiny Tentacle did a review on it with me a couple of years ago but we recently got the DVD set and we’re very excited to rewatch it.” – Gracie

Check out Tiny Tentacle and Gracie’s review of The Devil is a Part-Timer!

Godzilla vs. Kong

Chosen by Shawn and Lilyn

Because Godzilla: King of the Monsters was effing excellent and Kong: Skull Island was pretty darn good as well. We wanted mindless lizard-on-ape action and that’s exactly what we got. People who complained the previous movie didn’t show enough fighting have no room to complain here, where it felt like eighty percent of the movie was balls-to-the-wall chomp’n’stomp” – Lilyn

Check out Shawn’s review of Godzilla vs. Kong

I Am a Hero by Kengo Hanazawa

Chosen by Brian

“I recently picked this up from the library and am excited to jump into the series. At first, it was the cover that drew my attention but the story sounded good also.” – Brian

Lost Solace by Karl Drinkwater

Chosen by Lilyn

“Comping a book to one of the best sci-fi horror movies out there takes some series cajones, but it was accurate AF (at least for the first half or so of the novel). Creepy flesh pustules (Dammit, Karl), invisible eat-you things, set the Oh f*ck tone, that keeps on even when the tone shifts from sci-fi horror to sci-fi action. Truly just an enjoyable read.” – Lilyn

Check out Lilyn’s review of Lost Solace

My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones

Chosen by Eliza

“I got lucky and got a review copy. The Only Good Indians was my first SGJ and I’m looking forward to checking out his latest. I’m sure someone else probably has a review planned, but I’m looking forward to this book. It’s described as touching on mental health issues and trauma, and sounds like a powerful psychological horror novel.” – Eliza

Nightmareland Chronicles by Daniel Barnett

Chosen by Tracy

“Published in serial form, these post-apocalyptic novellas are not one to miss.” – Tracy

Parable of the Talents (Earthseed #2) by Octavia Butler

Chosen by Tracy

“Wonderful, brutal conclusion to Parable of the Sower, which is also excellent. Genius.” – Tracy

Queen of Teeth by Hailey Piper

Chosen by Tracy

“Queen of Teeth by Hailey Piper is a spectacular, queer, tentacled, must-read. I mean, I already bought a sticker inspired by it.” – Tracy

The pink one in the upper right corner

If you’d like to check out the sticker for yourself you can find it here

Resident Evil: Village

Chosen by Shawn

“Village is a great entry to one of my favourite series.” – Shawn

Be sure to keep an eye out for Cat’s review of Resident Evil: Village, coming soon!

Shadow in the Cloud

Chosen by Shawn

“Shadow in the Cloud is my new “you gotta watch this batshit movie” – Shawn

Yellow Jessamine by Caitlin Starling

Chosen by Gracie

“Tracy mentioned Yellow Jessamine on a list a week or two ago (Growing Season) and the cover immediately caught my eye. It’s so gorgeous and Gothic looking that I immediately had to have it. And now I can’t wait to read it.” – Gracie

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We hope you’ve enjoyed our eclectic little mix of extremely exciting stuff that we’re extremely excited for! Did we mention we’re extremely excited? Ok, just checking. Let us know down below what you’ve got on your radar!

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