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I've just finished reading Chinatown Death Cloud Peril, a book-length riff on pulp writing of the 30s. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Flimnap
A roaring insight into the world of pulp fiction writers in the form of (what else?) pulp fiction. Cleverly rendered, a saturday afternoon serial of a novel as fun to read as the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by El Poet
The book came before it was expected, in the condition described. It is a good read.Published 17 months ago by Linda L Johnson
What absolutely love this book what an adventure! And a great introduction to doc savage, my dad played the Shadow records when I was a kid. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael Ormond
The premise of the novel is that a cast of pulp writers find themselves entangled in a pulp-like adventure of their own, complete with evil Chinamen, mysterious islands, super... Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by J Thomas
This was a reread for me.
i love the way old pulp writers take on (or try to flee from) the adventures of their characters/creations. Read more
I purchased this book some time ago but when I read it I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought Paul Malmont did a very good job writing it. Read morePublished on December 23, 2013 by Read 4 Work
If you like pulps and have some background about the authors this is a marvelous book. If you've never read Doc Savage: The man of Bronze or The Shadow, you might be missing 70% of... Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Malmont celebrates the pulps with a brilliant cast of the characters who made them possible. Walter Gibson, the man who created The Shadow, Lester Dent who brought Doc Savage to... Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by Carol Hiller