Journeyman Reads: The Sicilian, by Mario Puzo

The confession booth was always one of his favorite places. In there, the good Lord washed away all of his sins and made him holy again. Without this sacred ritual, his heart could not handle the guilt of all that his lifestyle forced him to do. “Forgive me father, for I have sinned. My name…

Journeyman Reads the Book of Pook

    The bus rumbled to a stop with its back still jutting out onto the road like an ass that’s too big for a chair. A conductor bundled Journeyman inside and he stood up near the door with his hand on a seat to keep his balance. Journeyman crinkled his nose at the mixed…

Journeyman Reads Her Roots, by J.J Lanji Ouko

  Journeyman came home with this book but I wasn’t too sure if it was really his kind of literature. I pointed out that it’s for young ladies who are looking for guidance as they become full-grown women. He conceded that I was right, went out shopping and came back wearing a knee-length skirt with…

Journeyman Reads Grey by E. L James

      I can’t go into a bookstore anymore without seeing a title in this lady-porn series lined up at the optimum viewing level for anybody five feet tall. Keep in mind that most people five feet tall are too young to read this title but we’ll leave that to KFCB to worry about.…

Journeyman Reads: Down the Rabbit Hole, by Holly Madison

Hell yeah! A tell-all book from the Playboy Mansion’s favourite number 1 girlfriend. Go on Holly, tell us about how the pillow-fight pillows were all filled with fluffy handcuffs and Viagra pills. Or how sharing your 70 year old boyfriend with 6 other gorgeous women is a dream come true. And don’t leave out the…

Journeyman Reads: The 48 Laws of Power, by Robert Greene

Journeyman says that this book was incorrectly named. He says that the correct tittle for this book should be ‘48 ways to be manipulative, get whatever you like and screw people over in the process while somehow managing to look like a saint who everybody loves’. But Journeyman is an idiot. Here we have a…

Journeyman Plays: Dishonored

People, I think you have a psycho living amongst you. It’s saying some scary things that the only games Journeyman has played and enjoyed over the past decade have centred around killing people (and people-like things). This game’s preferred way of killing people involves using crossbows, single-shot pistols, your bare hands and this sharp and…