I'm starting to think that this is another Lord of the Rings situation, where all the books were originally supposed to be one, bigger book. I'll need to look into that later. After I finish reviewing this one. Picking up some time after 'The Blood of Elves', this book continues the tale of Geralt, Yennefer,… Continue reading The Time of Contempt: The Blood of Elves Part 2
The Chronicles of Narnia is one of those series that I've known about for... well, my entire life, basically. C.S. Lewis is an author I've been passingly familiar with for many years now. Yet, for some reason, I've never actually read any of his works. I've seen all the Narnia movies, but that was all… Continue reading The Magician’s Nephew: Narnia’s First Day. Literally.
The Jurassic Park franchise is a strange one. At this point, there have been five movies, with a sixth on the way, but only one of them has been widely considered any good. Yet all of these films have been massively successful. So much so that people often forget the book that started it all.… Continue reading Jurassic Park: A Book or a Movie Script?
I had a lot of friends who screamed at me to read these books back in school. Like, a lot. Practically daily, I might add. Come to think of it, that's probably why I didn't want to for a while. But now I have, so you bastards can shut up and leave me alone! Although the Stormlight Archive series… Continue reading Mistborn The Final Empire: Paying Off Years of Being Pestered
You know the saying. Typically, it's applied in a more metaphorical sense. Usually in regards to judging people. Naturally, I'm going to take it completely literally and write a whole article about it. The cover of a book is an often overlooked detail. People tend to ignore it and go straight to the book if… Continue reading Judging a Book By Its Cover