Perhaps you are asking yourself 'why is book capitalized'? More likely, you do not care. That's fine, you will find out anyway. Odd Thomas, written by Dean Koontz, is also a movie by the same name staring the wonderful-died-too-soon Anton Yelchin. I first watched the film version 4 years ago. I can not remember if…Read more Odd Thomas: A BOOK Review
This is what is going to happen: you are about to read a two part review. The first part will be from an Archie Comics fan point of view, the second from a TV plot, cinematic point if view. From the Comics fan: THIS SERIES IS TERRIBLE AND ATROCIOUS. Seriously, this is supposed to be…Read more Riverdale: TV Review
... and it isn't the same without Nurse Lee. I figured that the actress had decided to go on in her career, and I think that was a poor decision. In am interview/cover of the story, Jessica Raine stated that she wanted to go on to do movies, comedy, and science fiction. Well, three years…Read more Binge Update: Last Season of Call the Midwife
THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. HERE THERE BE SPOILERS. SPOILERS BELOW. Well, that should be enough of a warning. I think this series has gotten out of hand. Seriously. The first season was amazing. As was the second. The third I could handle. Season 4? Too far. Too much. The whole point of Sherlock, to me…Read more Sherlock Season 4: Thoughts Post Netflix
This is a fantastic book. Atwood's writing style in this book is consistent, but the plot line jumps around often between what is going on, her thought process, and what happened three or more years before. Following Offred, we meet a Handmaid in a post-revolution (kind of?) America where some women have no rights. Wives,…Read more The Handmaid’s Tale: A Book Review
Written by Pamela Crane, this book reminded me of Twilight. Shall I explain? First, this is an interesting premise. A girl has a heart transplant and 22 years later starts to re-live memories that the original owner of the heart experienced before she died. Now on to the nitty-gritty. Second, Mia is a terrible character.…Read more A Second Hand Life: A Book Review
Written by Jennifer Rayes, was... well... I could not get into this book. The writing was grammatically sound, but it isn't compelling. Okay, before I get into it, this story is about Gaia who has, possibly, been taken, beaten, and doesn't remember anything. This is why it is POSSIBLE that she was taken. Or was…Read more Intricate Deceptions: A Book Review?