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    Joe's was the best one in my opinion.
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    Agreed. I thought King's story was quite good too. It's a very unique premise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeC View Post
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    I read the book during a flight from Buenos Aires to London. It HAD turbulence, so it was a really interesting experience.

    I'll publish my review in Goodreads soon.
    What were your thought's a Joe's story? Bev seemed to really like it. I think, right Bev?
    I did -- it's a ripped from the headlines, it could really happen kind of story that is both scary as hell and touching. I love what he does with point-of-view in this story. We get to see each of a handful of characters from inside their own heads and then as someone else sees them. It's quite revealing.

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    How is everyone reading this, I thought it came out in September?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    How is everyone reading this, I thought it came out in September?
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    I was supposed to read it too... but the post office fucking lost my copy :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bev Vincent View Post
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    I read the book during a flight from Buenos Aires to London. It HAD turbulence, so it was a really interesting experience.

    I'll publish my review in Goodreads soon.
    What were your thought's a Joe's story? Bev seemed to really like it. I think, right Bev?
    I did -- it's a ripped from the headlines, it could really happen kind of story that is both scary as hell and touching. I love what he does with point-of-view in this story. We get to see each of a handful of characters from inside their own heads and then as someone else sees them. It's quite revealing.
    Ah, so its more realistic. I was hoping for supermonsternightmaresnakes on a plane by Joe Hill. Sounds cool though. Thanks for the reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeC View Post
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    I read the book during a flight from Buenos Aires to London. It HAD turbulence, so it was a really interesting experience.

    I'll publish my review in Goodreads soon.
    What were your thought's a Joe's story? Bev seemed to really like it. I think, right Bev?
    I did -- it's a ripped from the headlines, it could really happen kind of story that is both scary as hell and touching. I love what he does with point-of-view in this story. We get to see each of a handful of characters from inside their own heads and then as someone else sees them. It's quite revealing.
    Ah, so its more realistic. I was hoping for supermonsternightmaresnakes on a plane by Joe Hill. Sounds cool though. Thanks for the reply.
    The XXX on a plane is my story! ("Zombies on a Plane")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bev Vincent View Post
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    I read the book during a flight from Buenos Aires to London. It HAD turbulence, so it was a really interesting experience.

    I'll publish my review in Goodreads soon.
    What were your thought's a Joe's story? Bev seemed to really like it. I think, right Bev?
    I did -- it's a ripped from the headlines, it could really happen kind of story that is both scary as hell and touching. I love what he does with point-of-view in this story. We get to see each of a handful of characters from inside their own heads and then as someone else sees them. It's quite revealing.
    Ah, so its more realistic. I was hoping for supermonsternightmaresnakes on a plane by Joe Hill. Sounds cool though. Thanks for the reply.
    The XXX on a plane is my story! ("Zombies on a Plane")
    Sweeeeeet.

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    Another brave traveler (Larry Fire)


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    We just received a nice advanced review from Publishers Weekly.

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    An interesting article which puts Bev afront, and not Steve for once
    > https://www.telegraphjournal.com/tri...tory/100650570

    PS : the overlay of the webpage can easily be desactivated
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    An interesting article which puts Bev afront, and not Steve for once
    > https://www.telegraphjournal.com/tri...tory/100650570

    PS : the overlay of the webpage can easily be desactivated
    PS2 : what is a "charlo man"?
    How do you deactivate the overlay?

    Charlo is the village in New Brunswick where I grew up. It comes from Chaleur, the French word for heat -- the village is on the Baie de Chaleur, so named by explorer Jacques Cartier, who must have been there at a very strange time to identify it because of its heat!

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    If you use Chrome : F12 or right click, inspect.
    Go to the "Elements" tab.

    Search : sync-overlay-fxContainer, and delete it (with the delete key of your keyboard)
    Search : sync-overlay-fx , and delete it

    If you want, I could make a screenshot and send it to you, or copy the text and send it to you.
    However, because of copyright, i dont think that I should paste it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    If you use Chrome : F12 or right click, inspect.
    Go to the "Elements" tab.

    Search : sync-overlay-fxContainer, and delete it (with the delete key of your keyboard)
    Search : sync-overlay-fx , and delete it

    If you want, I could make a screenshot and send it to you, or copy the text and send it to you.
    However, because of copyright, i dont think that I should paste it here.
    My sister already sent me a copy of it, thanks. I was just curious.

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    I dont like to promote adblockers, because my job depends on advertising on our websites, but otherwise you can also try ublock or ublock origin.
    Those adblockers are the most sensitive about privacy, and blocks a lot of javascript and online tracking by default

    In this case, they block the script dealing with the overlay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    I dont like to promote adblockers, because my job depends on advertising on our websites, but otherwise you can also try ublock or ublock origin.
    Those adblockers are the most sensitive about privacy, and blocks a lot of javascript and online tracking by default

    In this case, they block the script dealing with the overlay.
    I've always been frustrated by this -- it's the old hometown newspaper and I follow them on twitter and can only see the headlines; the articles are behind this paywall-ish thing.

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    Very cool article
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