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Gregg Taylor's love of the classic adventure stories of the golden age of radio, comics and pulp fiction are the driving passions behind the "Tales of the Red Panda" series of books. The books began as a companion piece to his popular radio adventure series "The Red Panda Adventures", heard on independant radio stations around North America and around the world as part of the Decoder Ring Theatre podcast, and have gone on to reach new audiences who love the two-fisted adventure style that recalls the work of the legends of mystery and adventure. Like the classic Hero Pulps that inspired them, the Tales of the Red Panda books can be read in any order, with or without knowledge of the radio series.
Tienie de Coning
on July 09, 2014 :
A rivitting good story with a few plot twists and a lot of hard boiled action.
I really enjoyed reading this book and could not put it down!
Money well spent on this book.
(reviewed 89 days after purchase)
on Dec. 21, 2013 :
More pulpy noir fun from Gregg Taylor. As good as the rest of his stuff.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Marcel de Jong
on July 11, 2013 :
Great pulp detective story, very noir, and reminiscent of older times, and yet set in the future. It does have a few Taylorisms, but to a fan that's just great fun to read.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
on July 09, 2013 :
An excellent example of Taylor's gritty noir style! I could almost hear Bogie through some of the dialogue! Plot twists and turns, surprises around every rain-soaked corner. And even an "adult level" interlude for the over-21 crowd! Congratulations to Gregg Taylor for rising to new heights, and leaving the all-to-familiar far behind. A very enjoyable read! Highly recommend it, especially for DRT fans who want a bit more!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
on Jan. 11, 2013 :
I've watched the "Clean Slate" videos. I've listened to the "ID0" audio drama. Now, I've just finished the book, "Finn's Golem." Being someone who almost always prefers the book to the movie, I do believe this is the superior version of the story. Gregg is definitely at his most hard-boiled here, and it's an exciting, fun read that manages to surprise even if you're already familiar with the basic plot. Great book (but not for the young'uns). Should Gregg decide to revisit this world at some point in the future, I'd go along for the ride.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)