Book Review: Getting Home – The 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back Programme

"At times it was like he was at a large party. He could hear the voices, oh so many voices, but none distinct or clear enough to be deciphered." - Getting Home (Locations 77-78) The Plot From Amazon: Dealing with a past he cannot remember, a future he is not sure he wants and questioning... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Heir – All dialogue, all day!

Darius asks, “How many kingdoms are there?” King Leo responds, “There are eight: Pythus, Noil, Boris, Agle, Pirus, Nordia, Zavier, and Corvella. Pythus is ruled by the Endelson family, Agle is ruled by the Hanson family, Boris is ruled by the Dumont family, Pirus is ruled by the Phyro family, Zavier is ruled by the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Fred’s Funeral – A Life Lost

"Why is he here, a witness to his own funeral? In life, he would have slunk out the side door." - Fred's Funeral (Locations 297-298) The Plot From Amazon: Fred Sadler has just died of old age. It's 1986, seventy years after he marched off to WWI, and the ghost of Fred Sadler hovers near... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: IT – #NoSpoilers

Genre: Horror/Drama Director: Andy Muschietti Running Time: 135 Minutes Plot This is for those of you who did not read the Stephen King novel or see the original Tim Curry mini-series by the same name, everyone else just bear with me. The town of Derry seems to be plagued by some sort of evil. Both... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Jack and Djinn: The Houri Legends – Out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire

I've always been fascinated with the lore surrounding the djinn. Modern media almost always portrays them as vengeful, blood-thirsty supernatural beings with a vendetta. My understanding of the djinn, and my knowledge is by no means exhaustive, is that they are something of a third "race" of being in Arabian and Islamic mythology (and no, these... Continue Reading →

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