Book Review: ‘Warcross..

Book Review: ‘Warcross’ by Marie Lu

One of the things that excites me most when I think about the future is the advancements that can (and likely will) be made in the world of virtual reality. It’s what I loved about Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, and it’s one of the most intriguing aspects of Marie Lu’s Warcross. I love that I was immediately immersed into Emika’s world of hacking and virtual reality gaming. And as her world expanded into the […]

January 31, 2019
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BREAKING NEWS: I AM NOT DEAD

BREAKING NEWS: I AM NOT DEAD

It’s only been almost two years, guys! That’s like…nothing in internet years, right? Okay, so it might have been a while, and seemed like there was no possible way I was ever coming back to this blog, BUT I AM. Because damn it, I started this thing and I’m going to see it through. Add in the fact that my love of reading hasn’t ebbed much (i.e. at all) and it’s a combination that just […]

January 31, 2019
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Book Review: ‘Tides of..

Book Review: ‘Tides of Winter’ by R.T. Lowe

At this point, it’s no secret that I’m totally in love with R.T. Lowe’s ‘The Felix Chronicles’ series, and his newest novel, Tides of Winter, just reaffirms that dedication. There are some novels that it’s just really, really hard to explain what makes them great. Tides of Winter is one of those. And at the risk of sounding repetitive, what I loved about this novel is a continuation of what I loved about Freshman and […]

February 26, 2017
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Book Review: ‘Starr Fa..

Book Review: ‘Starr Fall’ by Kim Briggs

Starr Fall by Kim Briggs is the kind of novel that I’m not sure how to feel about. The series as a whole has a massive amount of potential, especially in the young adult genre, but as an opening novel Starr Fall has some issues to work through. First, the positive; Starr Fall is an interesting concept. From the cover design and novel title, you’d think Briggs’ debut novel would be about aliens, but in […]

February 26, 2017
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Why Twister is a dirty, rott..

Why Twister is a dirty, rotten scoundrel…

Hi, guys! So remember back in the beginning of November when I wrote that post saying I was back, and excited to start blogging again? Yeah, about that… I know, I know. I literally did nothing that I said I was going to do. And I don’t even have an “in my defense” section this time, because my Indians are in the off season, we won’t even discuss the Cleveland Browns, the holidays are over, […]

January 8, 2017
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UPDATE: Where Twister has be..

UPDATE: Where Twister has been…

Hey, y’all! So, I’ve been absent for a while, haven’t I? It seems like forever since I’ve sat down and written a post, but I promise that it hasn’t all been my fault! (Okay, so maybe the fault is like 75-25, leaning more my way, but still not all my fault.) But that’s all going to change very soon! As soon as I can get my life back together. Where I’ve been… For a good […]

November 8, 2016
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COVER REVEAL: ‘Unbreak..

COVER REVEAL: ‘Unbreakable’ by Kallie Ross

  I am so excited to take part in the cover reveal for Unbreakable, the newest novel by Kallie Ross! Honestly, a love story between a cupid and a gargoyle is not something I’d see myself going for, but it just sounds so fun! I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy and dive in. She thought her story was over. Little did she realize, it had just begun. From Young Adult author […]

October 13, 2016
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Book Review: ‘The Poss..

Book Review: ‘The Possibility of Somewhere’ by Julia Day

Oh, where to even begin with Julia Day’s The Possibility of Somewhere? I wanted to like it, I really did. The cover is gorgeous, the summary sounded like every contemporary YA love story that I’ve fallen for repeatedly…it should have been instalove. Instead, I found myself giving The Possibility of Somewhere the stank eye more than once as I was reading, and it left me with a sour taste in my mouth when all was […]

September 6, 2016
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Book Review: ‘The Ones..

Book Review: ‘The Ones’ by Daniel Sweren-Becker

Who knew that The Ones by Daniel Sweren-Becker could make genetic engineering and today’s social issues could go hand-in-hand? Not me, and yet that’s exactly what this science fiction read managed to do. And I loved it and loathed it all at once. Let’s take a step back. Sweren-Becker has created a world where the genetic modification of humans, by combining the best DNA of two parents to create a higher-than-average child, is no longer […]

September 6, 2016
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Book Review: ‘The Assa..

Book Review: ‘The Assassin Game’ by Kirsty McKay

Reading The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay was like experiencing a flashback into my childhood, minus all of the crazy, and I absolutely, without a doubt, loved it. The Assassin Game is set on a remote island in the Irish Sea that houses a private school called Umfraville. And 90 percent if its students are those people everyone always kind of hated as a kid. They’re super smart, super rich, super athletic, or just seemingly […]

August 31, 2016
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