The boys (sans Friedrich) wrap Season 3 by talking about the perfect capstone book: John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces. They take one last g...View Details

The boys hop on their three person tandem bike to pedal their way through the spinning wheels of Flann O'Brien's dark comedy The Third Policeman. They...View Details

Back at full strength, the boys discuss the first entry of the final cycle of the season, "Mirth" -- Friedrich's selection of Thomas Carlyle's Sartor ...View Details

It's double trouble as Karl and Søren tackle two film adaptations of books from the boys' mystery cycle: Carl Franklin's 1995 neo-noir version of Devi...View Details

With Friedrich on vacation, Søren and Karl team up to crack the case of Dorothy B. Hughes' classic L.A. noir In a Lonely Place. Will the L.A. Police f...View Details

The mystery segment of Season 3 continues as the boys discuss Walter Mosley's Devil in a Blue Dress. They discuss how the book acts as an excellent fi...View Details

The boys begin Part III of Season III with a bang, as they tackle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic (but perhaps overlooked) Sherlock Holmes novel The ...View Details

The boys discuss the final entry in the "Monks" section of the season: Karl's pick of Yukio Mishima's The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. They talk abo...View Details

The boys are back in the most explosive episode of The Readers Karamazov yet. They discuss a classic of dystopian sci-fi, Walter M. Miller Jr.'s nucle...View Details

In the first non-Eco book of the season, the boys tackle Herman Hesse's Narcissus and Goldmund, a tale of two very different medieval figures. Karl an...View Details

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