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‘Get To The Good Part’ is a podcast driven by a deep love and appreciation for Ernest Cline’s books “Ready Player One” and “Ready Player Two.” We started the show with the premise that there were Gunters like us out there on the hunt for more. What we found was a passionate community who welcomed our humble podcast with open arms. Thanks for tuning in to our podcast. Now, let’s Get to the Good Part!
 
We talk about the bible and go over bible scriptures.The Bible is one of the most intriguing subjects of all time.Men for thousands of years have tried to decipher the Bible in order to understand its contents.Men have failed to look at the creator for his holy spirit to help them understand scriptural meaning to the Bible.All they ever had to do is pray for holy spirit and they would have received understanding of the scriptures.With holy spirit they would be able to decipher God commandmen ...
 
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Hi Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the 27th chapter of The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani entitled Promises Unkept (or Unkempt, if you so prefer). Over the course of the episode, Sam and Gale go on various tangents ranging from Harry Potter (Dumbledore comics linked below) to unsolicited (but honestly pretty good…
 
Next stop, Shermer, Illinois! Our Gunter team has arrived, and Art3mis lays out the ground rules: Don't talk to anyone, don't touch anything, don't do anything, don't interact with anyone, and try not to look at anything. Simple, right? Watch out for needle drops and NPCs, and let's Get To The Good Part!…
 
Freak Out is the story of how we as a nation were dragged into global culture by the unstoppable momentum of rock and pop music. The music of the sixties spoke to young people, encouraging them to engage with the world in a new way and to embrace the changes all around them.The sixties witnessed an explosion of musical styles that crossed musical b…
 
Ray Vialoux is in big trouble and he needs Marshall Grade's help. Over dinner in a Brooklyn restaurant the conversation is cut short by a gunshot that leaves Ray Vialoux dead on the floor. As Marshall investigates, he discovers there's more to the murder than meets the eye. Exit.45 is the third book in the Marshall Grade series and takes us into th…
 
The laborious play-by-play of Sega Ninja is over--finally--only to watch the awkwardness that is teenage romance. After Wade "experiences" the moment Kira and Ogden meet (and the moment James Halliday learns all about being the third wheel), we snag the Second Shard, and figure out where we are going next. We might need some help, so let's give Art…
 
In this collection of essays Ann Patchett steps outside the world of fiction into the general mess of life. Exploring themes of family, friendship, marriage, failure and success, These Precious Days is a personal meditation on the universal themes that affect us all. In this episode Gregory Dobbs chats to Ann Patchett about the easy joy of the essa…
 
And... we're back at Happytime Pizza, and we're excited to be here! Don't let that nostalgia slow you down, it's to play some Sega Ninja. Can Wade unleash his inner Gunter and get in the zone amidst all that delicious tomato sauce and pizza grease potpourri? Go grab your slices, and let's Get To The Good Part! Tune in after the outro for a little e…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, join Sam and Gale as they discuss BAD SHIPS: A YA Dance Spectacular (https://youtu.be/K37X8gyTtSg). This episode unites various fandoms, but beware- spoilies are rife throughout! Discussion subject matter includes good good ships, good bad ships, and heated debates on the validity of both. 🐐 💕🚢 💔🛳 Email the …
 
This monumental collaboration between award-winning author John Hughes and internationally-acclaimed painter and printmaker Marco Luccio breathes new life into ancient stories. A work of art in itself, this magnificent limited edition, individually signed and numbered book brings together Hughes' unique gift for storytelling and Luccio's bold and e…
 
Jock Serong is the winner of 2021 Historical Novel Society's ARA Prize for Historical Fiction for the second book in a three part trilogy exploring the history around the Furneaux group of islands off the north-eastern coast of Tasmania.Eliza Grayling reluctantly sets off from Sydney Cove on the Danish schooner Moonbird in search of the wreck of th…
 
Christine Manfield's love affair with India and Indian food goes back more than thirty years. Extensive travel and a brilliant culinary mind, marked by an insatiable curiosity has culminated in a book that goes beyond what we think of as Indian food.Indian Cooking Class brings together everything Christine has learned and all recipes she has collec…
 
Following on from David Hunt's first two volumes of The Unauthorised History of Australia, Girt and True Girt, Volume 3 takes a humorous look into the people that laid the foundations of a nation and our cultural identity. It's an epic tale of charlatans and costermongers, of bush bards and even bushier beards and ladies who just weren't going to t…
 
Lynne McGranger is the longest serving female cast member of a television soap opera in Australia, having starred as Irene Roberts on Home and Away for over twenty-eight years. But before Home and Away, there was a varied career in the theatre and in the playground at Lugarno Public School as a Grade 4 teacher.In this hilarious and heart-warming me…
 
Oscar is out and about looking for the best place to skateboard when he comes across two other kids who reckon they've found it. Holding a mirror at just the right angle gives you a one-way ticket to the world's greatest skate park. Through a crack in reality, Oscar finds himself on an urgent quest, along with the Mettlestone-Staranise sisters, to …
 
Fear has led Rachel to a reclusive life on the land with only occasional contact with the outside world. Her solitude is interrupted by a hammering on the door. Before her stand a mother and a baby. They are running for their lives from a mysterious sickness sweeping Australia.Rachel is faced with a difficult choice: to bring these strangers to saf…
 
When we think of great Australian explorers, Sir Hubert Wilkins isn't a name that immediately comes to mind. Despite this, there have been few Australians to have seen more of planet earth and thrived in more hostile environments than Wilkins.From humble beginnings in rural South Australia, Wilkins' early career was in cinematography but his capaci…
 
In the summer of 1989, a local teen goes missing from the idyllic suburb of Camp Hill. As rumours of Satanic rituals swirl, schoolteacher Tom Witter becomes convinced he holds the key to the disappearance. As dark secrets are revealed and consequences to past actions are faced, Tom learns that the only way out of the darkness is to walk deeper into…
 
'We Are Wolves' is the winner of the 2021 Historical Novel Society's ARA Historical Novel Prize in the Children's and Young Adult category. Behind this incredible work of fiction lies the true story of thousands of German children left to fend for themselves in the forests of East Prussia at the end of the Second World War.Liesl, Otto and Mia are l…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the twenty sixth chapter of “The School for Good and Evil” by Soman Chainani, titled “The Circus of Talents.” Topics include spurting black sap, Tedros’ tanning routine, and undone laces of a (certain) royal blue shirt. 👕🐰👑 Also, a very important knock. Email the show at sgewithsandg@gma…
 
"You're dead already!" Sarah Connor once exclaimed; but she's not talking about Art3mis! She hit the ground running, and so are we, as the level of excitement makes a significant uptick. Our favorite gunters are back in style, and ready to solve the latest riddle. The second shard is waiting, so let's Get To The Good Part!…
 
When they are still little girls, Cibi, Magda and Livia make the promise to their father that they will always stay together. When Cibi and Livia are ordered to Auschwitz-Birkenau labour camp by the Nazis, Magda manages to hide out for a time in a neighbour's attic near her family home.Eventually the sisters are reunited in Auschwitz where they ren…
 
Tess is a single mother with a three-year-old daughter Poppy but being an overprotective mother is complicating all of her personal relationships. When Tess finds a dark and disturbing drawing among Poppy's other colourful drawings she is convinced Poppy has witnessed something terrible. But's it's only a child's drawing – isn't it?While Tess will …
 
Celeste is having a very bad summer. Her parents are off travelling the world and she's left with little sister Esme and they're both desperate for adventure. When a magical flying bus crash-lands in their front yard carrying cousin Ferd, they get just want they needed.Wherewithal Way is Ferd's house and while it looks like an ordinary house it's r…
 
Having worked in Afghanistan and Mexico, Damien Cave thought he understood something about the subject of risk. When he brought his young family to Australia to set up the New York Times' Australian bureau he was unexpectedly confronted with an entirely new approach to managing risk. Instead of being eliminated or romanticised he found a culture th…
 
Dame Nellie Melba was Australia's first international superstar, taking Europe and America by storm with a voice that thrilled the world. Most Australians imagine an imperious Dame dressed in furs and large hats, but behind the public facade lies a story of a young woman struggling to overcome social expectations in pursuit of a dream.After survivi…
 
Pip doesn't like going home anymore. Her Mum isn't the same since her new boyfriend moved in and to cap it off her best friend Mika has moved away. When she finds an injured baby dragon that needs her care she starts to believe anything is possible.In this charming story of love, loss and survival, Karen Foxlee weaves a magical tale exploring what …
 
Born evil or simply mad? Frederick Bailey Deeming was known and reviled across three continents. He spent years travelling under various aliases, preying on the innocent, the gullible and the desperate.The Devil's Work raises fresh questions about Deeming's role in the Whitechapel murders and the identity of Jack the Ripper. In an era when spiritua…
 
In this series of interconnected essays Delia Falconer explores how it feels to live as a reader, a writer and a lover of nature in a era of unprecedented change.From an 'unnatural' history of coal to the effect of a seal turning up in a park just below her apartment Delia embarks on a searching and poetic examination about the meaning we can find …
 
As a child growing up in country Queensland Lisa Millar dreamed of having a big life. Now with years on the road as an ABC Foreign Correspondent behind her, she shares her moments of joy among the reporting on grief and tragedy.Lisa battled a debilitating fear of flying that threatened her life and career but only now has she been able to reflect o…
 
Back after suspension, Detective Sergeant Robert Cardilini is immediately tasked with solving domestic violence cases. To complicate matters, his new partner is the eager and idealistic young Detective Lorraine Spencer.When a young woman is found bleeding and tied to a chair it leads to a sinister game of exploitation reaching the highest echelons …
 
Josie de Bray was a brothel madam who owned most of Roe Street, Perth from WWI up to the 1940s. This immensely readable social history uses the life of Josie de Bray as conduit into the lives of her friends and competitors – the many women who paraded in their petticoats on the verandas of Roe Street, and who were kept from the public view and were…
 
Our favorite gunters prepare to set off on the only path laid before them, but what clever tricks will unfold? In this episode we tackle the difficulties of parachuting, the real-world skills that come out of gaming, and some theories about slowing down time in the digital space. Grab your chute and throw open the door because it's time to Get To T…
 
Australia has been directly involved in the nuclear industry for decades: from the establishment of the Australian Atomic Energy Commission in 1953 to the secret tests at Maralinga and the decision to export uranium in the 1970s and 1980s. Whether we like it or not we are part of the global nuclear industry and bear a moral obligation as guardian o…
 
Three housemates. One dead, one missing and one accused of murder.Melbourne journalist Olive 'Oli' Groves is obsessed with the 'Housemate Homicides' a story that set career in motion nine years earlier. When the one missing housemate suddenly turns up dead the whole story comes flooding back for Oli.Paired with enthusiastic and tech-savvy millennia…
 
This chapter is Dropping Bombs like The Gap Band with a WTF moment every page in! The ghost has arrived, flipped the table, and cast a grin leaving the High Five and Chris losing their sh*t. It's getting good so let's Get To The Good Part!
 
From the frying pan into the oven, Z's world is getting turned upside down. Og is gone, logs have been erased, and someone let a certain someone out of prison. Dogs and cats, living together... MASS HYSTERIA! It couldn't get worse right? Right?! Things are starting to get crazy which means it's time to Get To The Good Part!…
 
Tori Swyft wakes up in a Barcelona hotel room to a gruesome murder scene. With a splitting headache and no memory of the night before, her world is in turmoil. Could she really have done such a thing? If she didn't then who did?A man known only as The Voice phones her with revelations of a shocking video proving Tori is the murderer. Set within the…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the 25th chapter of The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani, titled “Symptoms” (very fitting, indeed). Topics include the genetics of sweaty princes, Sophie’s swimming capabilities, and sewer sludge (yum). Email the show at sgewithsandg@gmail.com!…
 
We are bursting with excitement over the new Ghostbusters Afterlife trailer that dropped a few days ago. So excited, in fact, that we dropped everything and recorded a fresh take on the goings-on in Summerville. What does the new trailer tell us that the previous didn't? Step away from your spores, molds and fungus, and let's Get To The Good Part! …
 
Battle scarred investigative journalist and former war correspondent John Bailey is picking up the pieces of his life after the death of the one woman who helped him hold it all together. He's got a new job, he's given up the drink and he's somehow even acquired a four-legged companion.When Federal Police raid his home armed with a warrant granting…
 
In this deeply personal reflection on women's lives and creative desires Nikki Gemmell explores the struggle she experienced in finding her own creative space. Dissolve is a meditation on those difficult times in establishing herself as a writer, but also a conversation with all young women who are seeking to fulfil their own creative desires.In th…
 
It's 1967 in Lithgow (the 'arsehole of the universe') and a young Roy Slaven is a promising student at the De La Salle Academy. He is already demonstrating early evidence as a sporting savant. Blessed with uncanny abilities with the ball, Roy experiences a moment of religious enlightenment when Uncle Baz presents him with an Australian Rugby League…
 
Tim Richards is a freelance travel writer and Lonely Planet guidebook contributor who loves chasing down a story with an historical angle. He decided to shake up his life by embarking on an epic train journey across Australia.Covering some 7,000 kilometres, his train journey began in far north Queensland and boarding iconic trains like the Indian P…
 
Scarlett Jacques is the girl everyone wants to be – charismatic, wealthy and desirable but also dangerous and manipulative. She's the coolest kid at Maypole House, a secondary college for the offspring of the wealthy. When she befriends teenage mother Talullah Murray, things get weird.When Talullah suddenly goes missing, her mother Kim is thrown in…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this special episode, Sam and Gale are sick (bleh). But do not fear, for they are still delivering quality content! The episode you have all been waiting for, subconsciously or not: Gale’s old fan fiction. That’s right! This special, special, special (!!!) podcast includes read alouds from Gale’s old stories (rather painf…
 
Hello Evers and Nevers! In this episode, Sam and Gale discuss the twenty fourth chapter of “The School for Good and Evil” by Soman Chainani. Topics include mini sapphire jacuzzis, chiseled topiary, and cherry pie! 💎🛁🍒 Email the show at sgewithsandg@gmail.com!
 
Seven Shards of the Siren's Soul... Chapter 7... that must mean something, right? There's a lot of familiar territory in this chapter, and we're ready to unpack them all for you. It's time to push it, push it real good. No whammies, no whammies, and... Get To The Good Part!
 
Dianne O'Brien (Auntie Di) grew up believing her Irish adoptive mother Val was her birth mother. When Val died while Dianne was still a teenager her whole life changed. Raped at the age of 15 and sentenced to time at the notorious Parramatta Girls Home, Auntie Di suffered years of horrific domestic abuse and a cruel betrayal. At the age of 36 Aunti…
 
When Indigenous lawyer Jasmine takes her mother Della on an historical tour of the UK's most revered literary sites, Jasmine hopes it will heal old wounds and help them reconcile their past. While Jasmine immerses herself in her literary idols, Della rediscovers the wisdom of her own culture and storytelling. As both women grapple with their place …
 
For over three decades Dr Norman Swan has been answering the questions Australians have been asking about the medical and lifestyles issues that concern all of us. With his trademark honest, straightforward approach Dr Norman Swan brings it all together in this one-stop handbook that helps us get to the truth.In this episode Gregory Dobbs chats to …
 
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