Hearers of the Constant Hum

Hearers of the Constant Hum

William Pauley III / Jan 20, 2020

Hearers of the Constant Hum Bill Krang is a rare breed He s one of the very few who are privileged to hear the natural language of insects and strangely enough they all say the exact same thing The only problem is despite know

  • Title: Hearers of the Constant Hum
  • Author: William Pauley III
  • ISBN: 9781941918081
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bill Krang is a rare breed He s one of the very few who are privileged to hear the natural language of insects, and strangely enough they all say the exact same thing The only problem is, despite knowing the words they say, he now must interpret what those words mean So he goes about recording insect conversations onto cassette tapes, labeling them The Constant Hum TBill Krang is a rare breed He s one of the very few who are privileged to hear the natural language of insects, and strangely enough they all say the exact same thing The only problem is, despite knowing the words they say, he now must interpret what those words mean So he goes about recording insect conversations onto cassette tapes, labeling them The Constant Hum To prove to not only the world, but also to himself, that he is not insane, he becomes obsessed with trying to find a way to get other people to hear the words too Ashok burn right hand of men To Neptune, rebirth in blue fire Years pass, with no luck, and now Krang is noticing the insect s peculiar phrase written in graffiti on the sides of buildings and on mysterious tiles half buried in asphalt But what does it mean Is it a warning A threat And most curiously of all, where are these other hearers of the constant hum In his search for answers, he manages to dismantle all he ever thought he knew about everything.Can you hear it

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    1. Read 6/25/15 - 7/1/151 Star - Not Recommended; it was a complete pile of dog dooPages: 250Publisher: Grindhouse PressReleased: 2014Ok. I took an entire day and a whole bunch of deep breaths - calmly letting them in, and then letting them out - before I sat down to write this review. But it didn't help. I'm still pissed off. What a complete pile of dog doo! I'm serious. There was nothing redeeming here. No wonder I was able to download this for free on .!Well, maybe I'm being a little too harsh. [...]


    2. William Pauley III is one of my favorite authors writing books today. I have deeply enjoyed anything and everything I have read from him for years now. The man is brilliant. You never know what he is going to deliver next, but you can count on six things. Whatever it is, it will be great. It will be unique and well written. It will be hilariously sad and depressing. Just as much as it will rock your facking socks off. Plus, this one is from Grindhouse Press and they always deliver something crea [...]


    3. I knew before I started this book that I would enjoy it, William Pauley is one of my favorite writers. What I did not realize is that Divey and Reynold, The Brothers Crunk, were featured heavily in this book. I really enjoyed reading another adventure of theirs, though this one was darker and less goofy. I liked the characters of Bill Krang and Bee, and their adventure to discover the truth about the constant hum. Overall another solid outting from William Pauley 3!


    4. I really love this book. I just read it for the second time, which is something I rarely do with books. (My reading list never stops growing, and I need to get to the ones I haven’t read yet!) Hearers of the Constant Hum was just as good the second time around. I may have to go back for thirds.Pauley’s best work walks a fine line between realism and all-out weirdness, and this one strikes a perfect ratio of the two. The bizarre happenings let you know we’re definitely not in Kansas anymore [...]


    5. I would like to take a moment and say that I absolutely "Facking" loved this book! William Pauley III really delivered. The story was a breath a fresh air from what the norm is today, and the characters were very rich and enjoyable to follow along on their journey's. I especially loved The Crunk brothers, and how they really felt like brothers. I loved how the over all tone of the story is very reminiscent of the 1980's early 1990's Sci-Fi horror, but it goes much deeper than that. At parts, the [...]


    6. 5 Stars Hearers of the Constant Hum is an amazing mind blowing freaking cool ass first novel by William Pauley III. This is a bizzaro piece of fiction that is way out thereway out. If you like your fiction to be clear and straight forward than this is not for you. However, if you are open minded, into the new weird, and enjoy the truly bizzaro than the Hearers of the Constant Hum is right for you.This one will appeal to those people that enjoyed the genre classic John Dies at the End by David Wo [...]


    7. I found this book to be so intriguing. The author does a stellar job of turning the premise into a solid and highly enjoyable read. I realize that I really need to read the rest of Pauley's work. Highly recommended.


    8. This earworm of a book uses Kafka's Metamorphosis as a jumping-off point and unsettles into an existential crime caper that tests the limits of every character's sanity. Ideas are a virus, there are hearers and flesh imploding knowledge. You'll learn what Jubilecide is! The weave of Noirish city images, isolation and redemption is intoxicating, disturbing. There is ugliness, tenderness and humor. This is book for the abandoned, the lost and the hopeful. It's a lullaby for the helpless facing dow [...]


    9. Another great release from Grindhouse Press. Grindhouse has been killing it in 2014. This is the first book I've read by Pauly so I wasn't sure what to expect. It was a bizarre science fiction noir? I don't know but like most good books it defies genre. The dialog is dark when necessary and funny when necessary and even philosophical at times, which was my favorite part. I am not exactly sure what the Crunk Brothers role is exactly in the book other than their philosophical banter and actions. W [...]


    10. I received this book in a giveaway in return for an honest review. After reading this book, I have to say I was surprised at how invested I became with the characters. I'm not sure how to put this under any specific genre, but it certainly got me interested. It took a while for me to get into reading it and push along, but as I got further in, I couldn't put it down. It's sort of strange, bodily sci-fi which I could compare to the likes of David Cronenberg's films and old 1950's b-movies like T [...]



    11. If you want to read a boring, repetitive, shallow, and yet somehow pretentious book, then this is for you. I got this book on Kindle unlimited and was excited by the William Wordsworth quote preceding the book, but then very quickly disappointed and was only able to finish out of a sense of wanting to be able to honestly give an opinion. If you think this book is good because it is weird and makes you think, go read some Philip K Dick. He's not perfect, especially as a person, but my God it's be [...]


    12. Dug the original premise. It left a lot of unanswered questions, so if you need everything wrapped up neatly, it's not for you. More about the effect of this weird encounter on a particular character than the mystery of the bug's message. And while I enjoyed the discussion among the exterminator /hitman brothers, I was disappointed that their story never tied into the main plot. It does tie into the theme of people choosing to change their life over an intense experience, so it fit that way.


    13. I recieved this book through GoodReads First Reads program. Oh man! This book yanked me right in, no stopping until done. Cringe-worthy plot and successful characters have me now walking around with a fly swatter! Mr. Pauley lll made such a clear description of the storyline that I could almost smell it, I literally was a fly on the wall.


    14. This should've been extremely my shit - government conspiracies, insects chanting arcane messages, drugs made from cockroach corpses - but unfortunately it didn't do a whole lot for me. The premise is cool, but the story doesn't really go anywhere and the writing is sometimes pretty awkward. Definitely feels like a first novel.It did make me want a breakfast burrito though.



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