The Oracle Year

The Oracle Year

From bestselling comic-book franchise writer Charles Soule comes a clever and witty first novel of a twentysomething New Yorker who wakes up one morning with the power to predict the future?perfect for fans of Joe Hill and Brad Meltzer, or books like This Book Is Full of Spiders and Welcome to Night Vale. Knowledge is power. So when an unassuming Manhattan bassist named Wil From bestselling comic-book franchise writer Charles Soule comes a clever and witty first novel of a twentysomethin...

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Title:The Oracle Year
Author:Charles Soule
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:0062686658
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

The Oracle Year Reviews

  • Jerrie (redwritinghood)
    May 04, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

  • Alan
    Apr 09, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

  • Rachel
    Dec 31, 2017

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

    This book is exactly what I thought it would be - a fun and fast-paced ride that reads just like you?d think a book by a comic book writer would. It is action packed, with big plot twists and dramatic peaks and valleys, throwing together international world affairs, politics, techno...

    Thanks to Harper Perennial for sending me a copy in exchange for a review! After reading Middlemarch (and being blown away, oh my goodness it was so GOOD), I decided to read something that was the complete opposite. On that count, this book delivered! This is a fast paced, snappy sp...

    I really enjoyed this one! I listened to the audiobook instead of reading it, which was probably a mistake because I don't absorb the information in audiobooks as well and I feel like I missed a lot of details (crazy, bonkers details) near the end. A reread will probably bring this up ...

    When a comics and graphic-novel author like Charles Soule attempts his first traditional text-bound novel, the results could either be dreadful or a rollicking good time, and Soule has fallen into the latter camp. Characters and events can display a little melodramatic quality, to be s...

    more like a 3.5. Entertaining story and great characters. Plot feels very average action movie-ish. Interesting concept but wasn't clear why The Oracle was so threatening to everyone. Maybe I'm just too much of a non-follower to understand that mindset. ...

  • Dianne
    Apr 27, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

  • Tammy
    Apr 17, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

  • Lou
    Apr 03, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

  • Billie
    Feb 05, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

  • Jessica
    Apr 21, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

    This book is exactly what I thought it would be - a fun and fast-paced ride that reads just like you?d think a book by a comic book writer would. It is action packed, with big plot twists and dramatic peaks and valleys, throwing together international world affairs, politics, techno...

    Thanks to Harper Perennial for sending me a copy in exchange for a review! After reading Middlemarch (and being blown away, oh my goodness it was so GOOD), I decided to read something that was the complete opposite. On that count, this book delivered! This is a fast paced, snappy sp...

    I really enjoyed this one! I listened to the audiobook instead of reading it, which was probably a mistake because I don't absorb the information in audiobooks as well and I feel like I missed a lot of details (crazy, bonkers details) near the end. A reread will probably bring this up ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Apr 07, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

  • Bandit
    May 01, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

  • Sarai - Sarai Talks Books
    May 13, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

  • Jena
    Mar 31, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

  • Loring Wirbel
    Feb 26, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

    This book is exactly what I thought it would be - a fun and fast-paced ride that reads just like you?d think a book by a comic book writer would. It is action packed, with big plot twists and dramatic peaks and valleys, throwing together international world affairs, politics, techno...

    Thanks to Harper Perennial for sending me a copy in exchange for a review! After reading Middlemarch (and being blown away, oh my goodness it was so GOOD), I decided to read something that was the complete opposite. On that count, this book delivered! This is a fast paced, snappy sp...

    I really enjoyed this one! I listened to the audiobook instead of reading it, which was probably a mistake because I don't absorb the information in audiobooks as well and I feel like I missed a lot of details (crazy, bonkers details) near the end. A reread will probably bring this up ...

    When a comics and graphic-novel author like Charles Soule attempts his first traditional text-bound novel, the results could either be dreadful or a rollicking good time, and Soule has fallen into the latter camp. Characters and events can display a little melodramatic quality, to be s...

  • Scott Rhee
    May 03, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

  • Megan C.
    Apr 25, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Mar 27, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

  • Susan
    Apr 24, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

  • Kit✵
    Apr 27, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

  • Authentikate
    Apr 14, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

  • Stephanie
    Mar 24, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

    This book is exactly what I thought it would be - a fun and fast-paced ride that reads just like you?d think a book by a comic book writer would. It is action packed, with big plot twists and dramatic peaks and valleys, throwing together international world affairs, politics, techno...

    Thanks to Harper Perennial for sending me a copy in exchange for a review! After reading Middlemarch (and being blown away, oh my goodness it was so GOOD), I decided to read something that was the complete opposite. On that count, this book delivered! This is a fast paced, snappy sp...

  • Jilly
    Apr 22, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

  • Nat K
    May 28, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

  • Renée (bookishblissandbeauty)
    Apr 08, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

  • Robin Bonne
    Apr 07, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Mar 29, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

  • Hannah Bierwirth
    Apr 12, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

    *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Combining the pace of a thriller with the epic, dare I say ridiculous and far fetched plot of a comic book (in the best way possible), Soule keeps it all together with approachable characters. In comic book...

    I saw this audiobook on Hoopla and thought I?d try it since it was a recent BOTM pick. It starts with a really interesting premise, but slowed in the middle then veered into the ridiculous towards the end. The characters didn?t have much depth either. It was a light, entertaining b...

    Video book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWOj9... A solid 3-star read. The premise of this book was so promising. Will Dando is a young man struggling to make ends meet in New York City. One day he wakes up from a dream that revealed 108 predictions that could change the w...

    4.5 Stars. Everyone wants to find out who The Oracle is. Will, a musician with nothing seemingly special about him, has 180 prophecies which he writes into a notebook. He enlists his most trusted friend and they build an anonymous website with help from a retired hacker and her girlfri...

    If it's done well, sometimes it's okay to leave a few questions unanswered and Soule did it very well. The "who" and the "why" were ultimately far less important than Will's journey. And, yes, I know that tells you fuck-all about the book itself, but you can read the synopsis and an...

    It?s seldom I read books fresh off the printing press as it were (it?s always either way in advance via Netgalley or considerably after the fact via library), which of course is a silly description for an audio book. But this looked like a lot of fun, so I downloaded it for my firs...

    ?Someone out there could predict the future. The Oracle.? Dear society A site has gone viral excreting rhetoric and predictions of the fates our people. There is a new entity trying to remove you from your beliefs and claim power upon this earth, it has set in motion a clockwor...

    Loved the concept. You wake up with 108 predictions of events that will happen in the future. What do you do? Really well done - different than anything I?ve been reading these days. Couldn?t put it down. ...

    Here was another Book if the Month selection that I was looking forward to reading. It had a unique, original concept (even if it was sort of ?sprung? on the reader) and came with a fair amount of hype. Pulling no punches, the plot was scattershot and some tendrils left witheri...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A fast-paced thriller with a sci-fi sensibility, this debut is not to be missed! Veteran comic book writer Cha...

    "Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except...

    Will Dando awoke one morning with 108 predictions for the future in his head. So, he does what any millenial would do: he starts selling them one at a time to the highest bidder on the Internet. Corporations, Wall Streeters, world leaders, people with lots of money. Anybody who could u...

    Will Dando is an ordinary guy, just trying to make it in the big city. He's an okay songwriter and a pretty good bass player?best one in his hometown, maybe?but he's not, y'know, New York good (to use novelist Charles Soule's own memorable phrase). Will's biggest and most inspirati...

    I loved this one! It started a little slow for me, but by the end, I was so engaged in the story I was listening to it constantly. Full review to come. ...

    This book is exactly what I thought it would be - a fun and fast-paced ride that reads just like you?d think a book by a comic book writer would. It is action packed, with big plot twists and dramatic peaks and valleys, throwing together international world affairs, politics, techno...

  • Samantha Irby
    Mar 24, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

  • Emma Rund
    Mar 19, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...

    ?And if he is not a fraud? What if he is, indeed, a messenger from God? What then?? Will Dando is an out of work muso, a bassist getting the occasional gig. He?s very good, but not ?New York good.? For some reason, this description of him stuck in my mind. He struggles to ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. You know that conflicted mental state where you wonder if what is to come is a pleasant surprise or a complete disappointment? Just imagine when one of your favourite singer of all time decides to enter the movie business, or your ...

    Sci-fi "thriller-lite" about a young man, Will, who wakes up one morning with 108 very specific predictions in his head, ranging from the ridiculous (on this date, this person will put pepper on their steak) to the catastrophic (on this date, this bridge will collapse). Quickly realizi...

    EXHILARATING ...

    4.5 stars. I was sent this book by Wunderkind PR in exchange for an honest review. YOU GUYS. I just finished this book and I am SHOOK. This is a stunning sci-fi similar to Dark Matter but with political relevance instead of romance! (Yes please). The first half of this book I w...

  • Dennis
    Apr 08, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

  • Truman32
    May 02, 2018

    4.5 stars for this new SF thriller, just published in April 2018. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:OCTOBER 8: FOURTEEN BABIES WILL BE BORN AT NORTHSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON. SIX MALE, EIGHT FEMALE.One morning at about 5:00 am, Will Dando, a struggling young New Y...

    If there is such a thing as Chick-Lit, what is the name for a book that is a guy-type of thing? Is it Dick-Lit? Male-Tales? XY-Chrome-Tomes? Definitely Dick-Lit. Well, whatever. The point is that this is a man book. It reads like a disaster book where you are seeing what diffe...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/12/... What a fascinating novel. And to think I almost passed this one up, but every now and then I like to step out of my comfort zone to read something ?outside my box?, and books like The Oracle Year make me ...

    ? 2 / 5 ? This was my Book of the Month add on for April?and well, I?m pretty disappointed with it. I was expecting an action-packed, fast-paced, overall awesomeness-filled novel. And what did I get instead? A slow-paced novel filled with one-dimensional characters, and awk...

    Everybody knows that I'm a psychological thriller and horror genre junkie, but every now and then I like to mix it up with other genres, so I was excited to pick up The Oracle Year . The Oracle Year is written by the renowned Charles Soule?Marvel writer for She-Hulk, The Death of ...

    The Oracle Year by Charles Soule reminds me of a story told by a drunk frantically trying to hook up at closing time. Sure, everything sounds great on the surface?maybe this guy is the WBC boxing heavyweight champion of the world just hanging out at Applebee?s at 2A.M. on a Tuesday...