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[Rating 4/5] I’m having a hard time finding a good book to top Ready Player One. I may have found one, but we’ll see. Until then, I thought I’d switch things up a bit, and talk about Blade Runner 2049. Not Bad I’m not familiar with the franchise—well maybe a little bit. But I haven’t watched… Continue reading Read This


Reminder- Title Goes Here

[Rating - 4/5] I've thought about reviewing comics lately. But instead of just covering mainstream material, I said I’d do indie too. After searching carefully, I came across Capacitas. Spaghett It’s not Spanish — I thought so too. It’s actually a manga from Marika Herzog, also known as demoniacalchild. Capacitas’ story is about an orphan named… Continue reading Reminder- Title Goes Here

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (Rating-4.5/5)

Hold on to your pitchforks, I’m going to explain. It’s simple—okay, maybe it isn’t. But I expected this would happen, just not years after this book’s release—years, years after. It’s all simple really—said that twice now. Firstly, I have an unrelated confession to make. I’ve never watched any of the movies—unrelated. I mean, I’ve seen… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (Rating-4.5/5)

How I May Not Decide to Go into Space Again after This

(Rating - 3.75/5) Let me not beat around the bush. I didn't read all of Armada, and I'm going to explain why. I don’t know if this is case for many of you, but usually within the first few words or paragraphs of a book, I almost always know whether or not I’m going to enjoy,… Continue reading How I May Not Decide to Go into Space Again after This

Darth Plagueis by James Luceno (Rating – 4/5)

Who doesn’t love Star Wars—am I right? Anybody?—Guess I'm the only one. Let me state, just because something is from Star Wars doesn’t mean it has to be good—okay maybe it does. But on the other hand, look at the recent work from the Lucas universe. Many people, let’s just say—are not at optimal enthusiasm… Continue reading Darth Plagueis by James Luceno (Rating – 4/5)

The Destructives by Matthew De Abaitua (Rating – 3/5)

I’m having a cyberpunk sweet-tooth as of late—I'm almost sure that doesn’t sound as good as it does in my head. Anyway, there were mixed feelings when it came to this book. It wasn’t bad—it’s just that, I don’t know—it’s average. The Destructives takes place in the year 2044, following Theodore Drown and his AI… Continue reading The Destructives by Matthew De Abaitua (Rating – 3/5)

Origin by Dan Brown (Rating – 3/5)

I am—completely lost. Is it that I was outside of the intended demographic? Did key points miss me that would’ve enhanced the experience or am I a complete dolt? Those are my Origin-al feelings in a nutshell. There isn’t a lot to explain with this book. It’s about the fictional life of Harvard professor of… Continue reading Origin by Dan Brown (Rating – 3/5)

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (Rating – 4.75/5)

Amazing! There are only a hand full of books I’ve read that appear flawless and Ready Player One is such a book. It centers around Wade Watson, a reclusive teenager who spends a majority of his time jacked into the Oasis, a virtual reality most use to escape dystopian Earth. When James Halliday, multi-billionaire and… Continue reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (Rating – 4.75/5)