Ghostbusters: Ectomobile: Owner’s Workshop Manual is the ultimate guide to the Ghostbusters’ legendary vehicles and the ghost-catching equipment the cars haul from one job to the next. Go under the hood of the Ghostbusters’ iconic car and discover the secrets of the team’s ghoul-trapping gadgets with this comprehensive user manual for Ecto-1 and the equipment it carries. Watch my video review below of this buy, which is available to buy on Amazon.
Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters saga has been thrilling fans worldwide for over three decades, from the original movies to the animated shows, comics, video games, toys, and other collectibles. Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Visual History takes a comprehensive look at the entire franchise, telling the complete story behind creating a true pop culture phenomenon. Watch my video review below of this exciting book, which is available to buy on Amazon.
In The Store by James Patterson, when Jacob and Megan Brandeis plan to expose a secretive and evil corporation, the fallout threatens to destroy them. Below my video review of this thriller by James Patterson. Watch my review and buy a copy of The Store on Amazon. Enjoy!
Batman The Ultimate Guide New Edition Traces Batman’s entire career, with full details of his incredible adventures and battles, his allies, loves, and a formidable array of enemies. Read on for my video review of this book, and buy a copy on Amazon. Enjoy!
Back in 2016, Bryan Cranston was on a book tour for his new memoir, A Life in Parts, and my wife and I went to see him speak at the Free Library of Philadelphia. We left with an autographed copy of his book, but I only just got around to reading it; and rather than read it myself, I chose to have the author, Bryan Cranston, read it to me by listening to the audiobook. Read on for my review of A Life in Parts.
Leading up to his death, George Carlin was working on an autobiography. Thankfully, that book was completed and saw the light of day. It’s appropriately named Last Words. Read on for my review of George’s last book.
Released back in 2005, Sly Moves by Sylvester Stallone inspired me to lift weights, hit up GNC for supplements, and get healthy. Nearly 20 years later, I decided to revisit this book, this time as an audiobook. How does it hold up? Read on for my thoughts.