Well, I liked it! It wasn’t a perfect novel, but I particularly enjoyed getting to know the arch-villains and the point of view of Croaker was a pretty cerebral analysis of What Makes a Bad Guy a Bad Guy. I always enjoy those musings.
Have you been feeling a brooding-vampire-contrived-and-inconsistent-magical-system-hot-actor shaped hole in your heart? Look no further, for The Originals has returned.
Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets is the latest episode of the long running CW series Supernatural. And damn, it plucks all the right heartstrings.
There are few things I love more than a telepathic orgy.
This is more of a rant than a review.
Man, season 3 is building up quite the body count. SPOILERS ahead.
A new player jumps in to defend the free use of the Klingon Language!
Dawn of (In)Justice?
Just a little FYI.
With all of the political drama in our American Presidential election cycle, I thought now would be a good time to look at some of the political systems that are depicted in speculative fiction.
With all of the political rumblings going on in our American Presidential election cycle, I thought now would be a good time to look at some of the political systems that are depicted in speculative fiction. For purposes of this post, I want to focus on what seems to be mankind’s best case scenario in the near future:…
I have a List of Trusted Authors.
I loved it, warts and all.
The Originals is hitting all the right notes this season.
Star Wars: Aftermath is the wrong title for this book. I propose a few alternatives:
NO, NO, NO.
The Alloy of Law is a funny book. I don’t mean funny as in comical, but rather as in… peskily difficult to describe. It’s whimsical, yet sincere. It’s rooted in despair, yet laced with hope. Light, dancing with dark and never once wincing at the irony.
The Descent is the newest DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. As an avid DA gamer, I’ve been throwing my money at Bioware for, like, the last 10 years for anything related to Dragon Age. Here’s my thoughts: