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The 100 – TV Series Review

The 100 – TV Series Review 

I feel that I should start this review by stating that I have never been a super huge fan of sci-fi, in either print or visual media forms. It wasn’t until I watched the entirety of Firefly a few years ago that it finally clicked for me. Sci-fi didn’t have to be super weird; it […]

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Dragon Age: The Masked Empire by Patrick Weekes

Dragon Age: The Masked Empire by Patrick Weekes
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The first game series I ever really fell in love with was Dragon Age. The predecessors to this expansive series were also fantastic in their own right (Neverwinter Nights was especially great, if you ask me), but when I first began Dragon Age: Origins as a Dwarven Noble, I was immediately drawn into the story […]

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Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
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The year is 2044. Planet Earth is entering the third decade of a colossal energy and employment crisis. Cities are going up in superheated mushroom clouds, and people are packed together in slums like sardines. The world is in a bleak time in its history. A time when nearly everyone is looking for an escape […]

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The Giver by Lois Lowry

The Giver by Lois Lowry
5

I imagine that at one point in your schooling, you probably had to read The Giver for an English class. If you didn’t, I highly recommend that you run out and pick up this book. No matter your age, The Giver holds something for everyone. Personally, for me, this is a story that takes me […]

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Relapse by Blake Northcott

Relapse by Blake Northcott
5

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for book one: Vs. Reality. Read with caution if you have yet to finish the first book. Earlier this year, I reviewed Ms. Northcott’s first book, Vs. Reality. As with the first book, Relapse reads like an action film script and had me hooked right from the beginning. The […]

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Mass Effect Series Review

Mass Effect Series Review
5

Mordin: Might go somewhere sunny. Sit on beach, look at ocean, collect seashells. Shepard: You’d go crazy inside an hour. Mordin: Might run tests on seashells. The Mass Effect series is huge, and is one of the game series that Bioware is best known for (the other being Dragon Age, which you should expect a […]

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The Omen Machine by Terry Goodkind

The Omen Machine by Terry Goodkind
3.5

Terry Goodkind brought readers into the world of the Sword of Truth in 1994. Over the series of 11 novels, the reader is taken on a journey of magic and war, love and deceit, beauty and death. When Confessor released in September of 2008, the readers were told that it would be the last book […]

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A Blight of Mages by Karen Miller

A Blight of Mages by Karen Miller
4.5

First and foremost, I must say this: While this book may technically be a prequel to the series Kingmaker / Kingbreaker, for the love of all that is holy, at least read The Innocent Mage and The Awakened Mage before reading A Blight of Mages. I’ve noticed an alarming number of reviews that give the […]

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Alexander Death by J. L. Bryan

Alexander Death by J. L. Bryan
5

“There are many shades of gray between good and evil, Jenny, and the lighter shades are to be preferred, if we cannot have pure white.” Alexander Death is the third and final book in the Paranormals series by J. L. Bryan, and it was a fantastic conclusion to the series. It manages to bring the […]

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Tommy Nightmare by J. L. Bryan

Tommy Nightmare by J. L. Bryan
5

And he did something that he later wouldn’t believe he had the courage to do. He kissed Esmeralda, the mysterious Latin girl with the supernatural power, right on the lips. Then slipped the gold Indian-head coin into her hand. She stared at it. “That’s for you,” he whispered. “I love you.” As one could see […]

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The Lily or the Tiger by Kiri Callaghan

The Lily or the Tiger by Kiri Callaghan
5

God, I wanted to fall in love. Amidst the flurry of the romantic revolution–that’s when the rumors started. We heard about them at school: whispers of people reconnecting with their dreams after waking. A way back down the rabbit hole; back into that childhood state of mind where if you could think it–if you truly […]

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Wither by Lauren DeStefano

Wither by Lauren DeStefano
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I remember that blackness. There were no walls, there was no up or down. I could have been living or dead. I listened to the other girls as they breathed around me, above me, inside me, and that was the whole planet earth. Lauren DeStefano has created a world that is like ours, but so […]

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