Entertainment

Crooked Kingdom: The Review

Warning: If you have not read Six of Crows, do not read this review. Summary The Dregs are back in Ketterdam, but nothing has turned out the way they planned: Inej has been captured, Wylan's face is not his own, and Nina is on the brink of death or insanity as a...

The Curse of Crow Hollow: The Review

What could be a better read during the month of October than The Curse of Crow Hollow? Although, I will admit that it was by pure accident that I cracked open the cover to page one during the month of Halloween. But honestly, no matter what time of year you find...

Curio: The Review

Can I be completely honest for just a minute? I was recently perusing a local book store when I came across a clearance section. A clearance section that contained several interesting titles that I had to pick between. Finally, after a lot of guessing and a little...

Caraval: The Review

"...before you fully enter into our world, you must remember it's all a game. What happens beyond this gate may frighten or excite you, but don't let any of it trick you. We will try to convince you it's real, but all of it is a performance. A world built of...

Six of Crows: The Review

 The Summary Set in the city of Ketterdam, the Barrel is home to the cities' thieves, gambling dens, and pleasure seekers. Survival on these streets requires nothing less than a steel spine and an unbreakable will. Yet, when the offer for an impossible heist is...

Scythe: The Review

Whatever you may be thinking about Scythe, I would recommend you leave your preconceived notions here. There is very little that is typical or expected in this story. Not sure if that's good or bad? Read my review to find out. The Summary Set in a futuristic world...

The Diabolic: The Review

Reading fiction is one of my all-time favorite hobbies. There will always be those books that had you itching to read it, only to find that the story didn't live up to your expectations. On the other hand, there will be those books that have gripping stories and...

Wayfarer: The Review

The wait it over. The sequel has been released. I read it, and now, here's my review. I will start by saying that today is a very special day, but more on that later. Let's start with the summary. The Summary Etta has been orphaned. Nicholas has made a deal that he...

The Room: The Review

Wasting money on video games is inevitable. You think you've found a really amazing game. It appears to be so amazing that you're almost ready to disregard the price tag. Almost. And it's not until after you've purchased the game that you discover just how lousy it...

After the End: The Review

Books can be predictable. And the farther you venture into a particular genre, the more true this becomes. For instance, many of the teen fictional series on the market involve a teen with a troubled past who finds the strength to overcome their struggles and find...

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