Written by S. P. Somtow, this novel follows a journalist/anthropologist who has driven to the middle of no where South Dakota to interview a man, a murderer, with multiple personality disorders. Only, that isn't the only thing he suffers from... Carrie is the main character, i.e. the journalist, and I do like her. Set in…Read more Moon Dance: A Book Review
Oh. My. Goodness. This is an excellent show. A bit more nudity than necessary, and sadly not for young children, but I loved this show. This is a show that takes a look at what morality really is, and how living forever could affect you. What it means when who you are isn't connected to…Read more Altered Carbon: Netflix Review
Written by Stephen Aryan, this novel follows two warriors, one who is called upon to deal with difficult tasks plaguing the country, and one who has hidden within his own mind to recover from past trauma. This is a novella, and while written, I just wasn't interested in it. I honestly wanted it to be…Read more Of Gods and Men: A Book Review
Written by Christina Bauer, I found this book in my local library. I should not have found this book in my library. This novel follows Bryar, who is supposed to follow a "fairy tale life template", specifically, Sleeping Beauty. She is raised by three fairies, she falls asleep when she gets nervous, yada yada. But,…Read more Wolves and Roses: A Book Review
Serpent's Kiss, written by Melissa de la Cruz, is the second book in her Witches of East End Series, and follows a mother and her two girls who were thrown from Asgard (yup, they used to be godesses) and became witches here on earth. The last book was okay. This one was pretty meh. The…Read more Serpent’s Kiss: A Book Review
I know, these are so rare. To the point that it will HAVE NO HASHTAG and the five people who read this go nuts. Okay, but seriously. Currently I am working on far too many books, next review should be on the second Witches of East End novel. Now, do you ever just get annoyed…Read more Life Update!
Written by Naomi Novaki, this novel finds a girl who is taken to a tower by a mage and learns that she is a witch. Oh, and there is a dark wood that causes people and animals to go crazy with terrible creatures in it. This was a terrible audiobook. The lady who was reading…Read more Uprooted: an Audiobook Review