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    It’s time to take on the book that you all read, under your covers, late at night, freaking out about the nature of puberty, poisoned donuts, and inheritances. This is the book that we almost murder Rider for even suggesting it might be a classic of any sort. This is the book that is way too dramatic. This… is…. Flowers in the Attic.

    Also discussed: will books on writing stand the test of time? Would you rather be the Assassin, or Happy to be Alive? Is F. Scott Fitzgerald a hack? And what’s a spontaneous Friday night with Julia like?



3 Responses to Episode 30: Flowers in the Attic

  • Flora wrote on May 28, 2013 at 1:23 //

    Why is Harry Potter more popular than Lord of the Rings or Narnia chronicles?! Why is Twilight, the crapp-iest movie and book ever made on vampire lore, more popular than any movie ever made??

  • Flora wrote on May 28, 2013 at 5:14 //

    I don’t know if you covered this before in your podcasts..I haven’t been following them all but I’m dying to hear your thoughts on Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight books: another horribly written book on your bookshelves (if it’s on your shelves).

  • Megan wrote on May 29, 2013 at 9:17 //

    In keeping with your discussion of books being made into movies, I think you all should track down the Flowers in the Attic movie and treat yourselves.