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Book Review: The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato

Book Review: The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato Full of magic, mystery, and romance, an enchanting steampunk fantasy debut in the bestselling vein of Trudi Canavan and Gail Carriger. Orphaned as a child, Octavia Leander was doomed to grow up on the streets until Miss Percival saved her and taught her to become a medician. […]

Review: “Star People Legacy” by T.L. Smith

T.L.Smith, living Arizona, originally from Louisiana, is ex military and a writer of military science fiction with strong female characters. One of the unique aspects to her writing is her mix of aliens with the legends and stories of mythology. This concept is what made me want to read her novella because one man’s story […]

Review Iron Fist: More Action, Less Whining.

The first season of Iron First was decent, but the action lagged at times and the character was not as likeable as others in the Netflix cadre of Marvel shows. While the character of Danny Rand (Finn Jones) was not always easy to empathize with, what redeemed the show was Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick) and […]

Review: Night and Silence by Seanan McGuire, Compelling and Unforgettable

I’ve been reading the October Daye series for a long time. Not when it initially released but soon after, I was given the first book and fell in love with Toby. She was not perfect, her life was messy and yet, as a hero, she always tried to help those around her and keep safe […]

Book Review: Hellworld by Tom Leveen

Book Review: Hellworld by Tom Leveen Five years ago, Abby Booth’s mom, cohost of a ghost-hunting reality show, went missing while filming in a “haunted” cave in Arizona. Since then, Abby’s life has all but fallen to pieces, most notably because of her dad’s deep depression and how they’ve drifted further and further apart. But […]

Review: “Netflix’s Lost in Space”

I have to admit to being far too young to have watched the original Lost in Space when it was on the air and even more, I only watched it a tiny amount in reruns. Since I watched it, I’ve heard mixed reactions to the original but I was neutral when they re-imagined the show […]

Review: “Aliens Abroad” by Gini Koch: New Faces, New Places

One of the things Gini Koch says to her fans on a regular basis, is things have to happen. This is a book where those things happen. While that is neither good nor bad, it makes this book one of my new favorites in the series because big events happen in this story and it […]

Recap: Marvel’s Jessica Jones Season Two

Second season finally dropped in Netflix and I know I was breathless with excitement. I loved the first season, the darkness, the progression of Jessica’s character as she works through her recovery from what Kilgrave (David Tennant) inflicted on her. It was compelling watching as she slowly opens to emotions and reaches out to her […]




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