Tag Archives: Review

Blog Tour & Review: The Mother Next Door by Tara Laskowski

The Mother Next Door is the latest thriller that I dove into, written by Tara Laskowski. If you’re looking for a novel to keep you busy on a fine fall evening, this one might be worth checking out – especially if you’re looking for some thrills and chills. Continue reading

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Review: Among Others by Jo Walton

Among Others as a novel by Jo Walton originally published back in 2011, but has recently gotten some extra attention thanks to it getting a new print edition. Personally, I’m really excited about that fact. I’ve loved Jo Walton ever since I was a teenager, and yet I never read this book. Talk about a great chance to dive back into the works of somebody you adore! Continue reading

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Realm Review – Thor: Metal Gods Episode 10

Thor’s epic and metal quest continues in Thor: Metal Gods Episode 10. Continue reading

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Master of Poisons by Andrea Hairston

Andrea Hairston’s Master of Poisons sets up a changing world, one that’s struggling to survive. Continue reading

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Review: Gamora & Nebula: Sisters in Arms by Mackenzi Lee

Gamora & Nebula: Sisters in Arms is the latest installment in Marvels hero series. The other notable addition to this series (so far) follows Loki, so you just know that this will be a fun ride! What made me so eager to pick up this read, in particular, is a combination of the characters (I adore Nebula) and the author – Mackenzi Lee. Continue reading

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Review: Stranger Things: Zombie Boys

Zombie Boys is set after the events of the first season. Meaning, after Will went missing, and was later found. If you watched the show, then you’re probably already getting an idea of where this is going to lead. The title helps give that idea. Continue reading

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Review: Not A Happy Family by Shari Lapena

Shari Lapena’s latest novel, Not A Happy Family, is a mystery thriller and family drama all rolled into one. It instantly caught my attention as one of the options for BOTM, and I just couldn’t resist. Continue reading

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Review: The Art of Comic Book Drawing

The Art of Comic Book Drawing is everything that it promises to be. This is a guide and introduction for comic book artwork. Everything from the basics to more detailed steps is included here. And it’s all designed to get readers started on their comic book journey. Continue reading

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Realm Review – Thor: Metal Gods Episode 9

The quest for magic, gods, and revenge continues in Thor: Metal Gods Episode 9. Continue reading

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Review: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Chuck Wendig is here with another paranormal thriller, and I am all sorts of here for it. The Book of Accidents is one of those books that I had been counting down the days for, and I am glad to have finally found the time to sit down and read it. Continue reading

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