We start the Fear Street Cheerleaders series with The First Evil. What is more iconic than high school cheerleaders? It was inevitable that they'd make an appearance in the Fear Street series. Anna and Surge discuss their newest breakthrough in the Fear Street mythos thanks to The First Evil. Before this, they review Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero
Have you ever been gaslighted by someone? Well if you have, was it as bad as what happened to Becka here on Fear Street? Anna and Surge discuss! Before we talk about Fear Street The Best Friend, we also review Good Morning Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton, and Deceit and Other Possibilities by Vanessa Hua.
Surge and Anna discuss the 2nd Fear Street Super Chiller, Silent Night. Is there a protagonist as awful as Reva Dalby? Wow. The show starts with a special publication day review of the latest in the October Daye series, The Brightest Fell by Seanan McGuire.
Surge and Anna tackle their first Fear Street Super Chiller! Party Summer is the mantra of the book, but is it really the party these kids want? We discuss everything this book has to offer. Anna also reviews the first book in the October Daye series, Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire.
Surge and Anna discuss one of the best (in their humble opinions) Fear Street books to date, The Prom Queen. Before their discussion, Surge reviews Shakespeare's The Tempest and Anna reviews the upcoming book Rose&Poe by Jack Todd.
Surge FINALLY finished reading his book on Central American myths and legends and reviews it at the top of the show. Anna and Surge also discuss the next book in the Fear Street series, Fear Street: The Secret Bedroom.
We listened to all 42 entries into the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. While the meaning of life, the universe, and everything alluded us, we managed to each make a top 10 (+some extras) list. Take a listen! Agree? Disagree?
Surge and Anna discuss the most ill thought out plan in our discussion of Fear Street: Ski Weekend. We don't even see any skiing in the book! Anna also reviews the first 2 books in the Themis Files, Sleeping Giants and Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel
A prolific poet and author of Last Machine in the Solar System, Matthew Isaac Sobin is the first author interview of the podcast. We talk about everything from serious topics like his writing process and publishing, to things like alien first contact. Give it a listen!
Justine throws a Halloween Party on Fear Street and ends up giving us the best Fear Street book so far! Seriously though RL Stine, you've surprised us. Anna also gives a quick midway through review of Spaceman of Bohemia.
Mayra is sleepwalking all over Fear Street and we're here to discuss it. How do you pronounce Mayra anyways? Well, we figure it out eventually. Also, is Mayra the most gullible protagonist in all the Fear Street books so far? We sure think so. Anna also reviews The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker.
Cara and Mark's parents are missing and we end up with our favorite Fear Street book to date. Seriously. We also get a lot further in our Fear Street/Corporate buyout conspiracy theory. Before this, we talk about Last Machine in the Solar System by Matthew Isaac Sobin. We give this book the highest rating of any book we've ever talked about.