Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury – Book Review

For years, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has bombarded my news feeds. All the authors I follow have read it, mainstream media has made two movies about it, and thousands of people have said how Ray Bradbury was an important figure in sci-fi literature. Once again, something everyone recommended... 

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End of November Update

Hi all, I haven’t been doing any reading lately, so I don’t have any reviews to share. Rather than let the rest of this month go by, I decided to talk about what I’ve been working on and what I’m planning to work on next. First I’ll discuss A... 

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The Wandering Falcon by Jamil Ahmad – Book Review

The Wandering Falcon by Jamil Ahmad is a story about a people, not a character. Which is why this book is not for everyone, including me. Here’s my review. If any of you follow my Goodreads feed, you may have noticed that I left a comment wondering if The... 

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Why a series reboot is a bad idea and why I did it.

Reboots, we’ve all seen them. Sometimes we like ‘em, sometimes we hate ‘em. I think we can mostly agree that when Batman & Robin got rebooted into Nolan-verse, Batman Begins that was an improvement. When Robocop (1987) was rebooted to Robocop (2014) that was a downgrade. Your mileage will... 

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Sleepy time for Captain Eris by Margaret A. Treiber – Book Review

Sleepy time for Captain Eris is a story about a superhero who gets new super powers every time she dies. If she gets killed by a bullet, she will revive with stone skin. Swallowing anti freeze will make her immune to poison. Interesting premise, right? Well that’s about all... 

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