But corrupt ’em in the good way.
No, no. Not that good way! Settle down.
Patricia Scott (aka Dragonwomant) reviews my book, Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom, for BSC Reviews:
Fans of pulp stories hoping to recruit a new generation of readers can rejoice. They now have a fantastic pamphlet they can use to corrupt the younger set in the form of Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom.
That kind of corruption. The “turning kids on to classic pulp adventure tales” kind of corruption.
Which was all part of my sinister plan…
I think that this book would be great for [those] who like adventure stories, especially if they’re very fond of Indiana Jones movies or shows about exploring far-flung locales. I also think that this book would be a hoot for reading aloud, it would certainly lend itself well to very animated story telling.
There’s a good deal more, including this great line:
The Wildes are all practically superhumanly good-looking, frighteningly intelligent, and so skilled in combat only large groups of idiots willing to fight them would even think about trying to attack them.
Read the whole thing here.