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Eric San Juan
Eric doesn't like to shave.He is the author of Stuff Every Husband Should Know (Quirk Books 2011) and Breaking Down Breaking Bad (2013), among others, and is coauthor of A Year of Hitchcock and Hitchcock's Villains (Scarecrow Press 2009 and 2013, respectively), as well as Geek Wisdom (Quirk Books... show more

Eric doesn't like to shave.He is the author of Stuff Every Husband Should Know (Quirk Books 2011) and Breaking Down Breaking Bad (2013), among others, and is coauthor of A Year of Hitchcock and Hitchcock's Villains (Scarecrow Press 2009 and 2013, respectively), as well as Geek Wisdom (Quirk Books 2011). He is also the creator of the Pitched! graphic novel anthology series (Volume 3 forthcoming). His work has appeared in Weird Tales, Boston Literary Magazine, the Philadelphia Weekly, and other publications.Eric recently finished a middle grade fantasy novel written in the spirit of Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles AND a dystopian science fiction novel that brings together influences such as Philip K. Dick, George Orwell, and the films of Stephen Spielberg, but his Hitchcock-inspired crime thriller will probably see the light of day before either of them.
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Louise's Shelf Confessions
Louise's Shelf Confessions rated it 6 years ago
I have to talk a little about the design of this book! It’s freaking awesome! The cover is black with yellow accents, look a little closer and we get these shiny outlines of tetris blocks, Slimer from the Ghostbusters, Homer Simpson and many more cool geeky icons. Take off the dust jacket and yowz...
EricaO
EricaO rated it 7 years ago
I only got 23 pages into the book + a full-book-skimming before giving up. I couldn't figure out who the intended audience was (it's not me, though) - was this written for people who are confused by geeks and nerds and want to know why they quote the things they quote? Was it written as a geek refle...
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Deb's books rated it 7 years ago
It's great to win a book that was already on my to-read list. I love this book. I think this book is only for geeks because it doesn't explain everything it mentions. I love the way it goes across fandoms. It has science fiction and fantasy, Star Wars and Star Trek, Steampunk and Science, something ...
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kindleaholic rated it 7 years ago
I gor an Advance Readers Copy of this to review for Amazon Vine. The review is here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R8VE6V1XKBQ7/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm
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