Tag Archives: Literature

Review: The Quotable Giant Days

The Quotable Giant Days is a graphic novel perfect for anyone who finds themselves missing the series. I personally fall into that party, and thus found this collection of quotes to be little moments of sweet memories. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Little Falls by Elizabeth Lewes

Little Falls is Elizabeth Lewes’ debut novel, a thriller of epic proportions that merges together the past and the present into one intense read. Continue reading

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Review: Shatter City by Scott Westerfeld

Shatter City is the second novel in Scott Westerfeld’s latest series, The Imposters. Set after the events during The Uglies, this is a series sure to draw in all of his old fans once again. Continue reading

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Review: Star Trek: Picard – Countdown

Star Trek: Picard – Countdown is set before the events of the show, portraying Picard before he left Starfleet – back when he still thought he could help the Romulans. This is the tale of how he tried to help one planet evacuate, and the two allies he found in the process. Continue reading

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Review: Ragged Alice by Gareth L. Powell

Ragged Alice is a standalone novella by Gareth L. Powell, but don’t let its short length chase you off! This novella was a lot of fun to read, and I actually wish that I had read it sooner. And that it was part of a larger series. Continue reading

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Review: I Hope This Helps

I Hope This Helps is a comic series focused on the absurd parts of life and anxiety. Created by Tommy Siegel, it’s marketed as being the perfect escape from a world that has gotten far too real. Continue reading

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Review: Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones

Stephen Graham Jones is one of the most unpredictable horror authors out there – there’s just no telling what he’s going to come up with next. His latest novella, Night of the Mannequins once again brings with it plenty of surprises. Continue reading

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Review: Blunt Force by Lynda La Plante

Blunt Force is the sixth novel in Lynda La Plante’s Jane Tennison series. This is the origin story of the one and only Jane Tennison, and thus is the story of how she became the confident investigator so many fans knew her to be. Continue reading

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Review: Wayward Witch by Zoraida Cordova

Wayward Witch is the third novel in Zoraida Cordova’s Brooklyn Brujas series, and it is a whirlwind of a read. This novel is the epitome of change. Continue reading

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Review: The Undefeated by Una McCormack

The Undefeated by Una McCormack is an interesting study on human nature, and the way we process the world around us. This was my first foray into Una McCormack’s writing, but I have to say that I’m impressed with her writing style. Continue reading

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