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Category Archives: reviews
We’re already in the mid-season padding doldrums of Jack Ryan. Appropriate given that this is the fourth of eight episodes. It’s pretty clear that John Krasinski is an expensive headliner too busy to carry the heavy lifting in this ensemble … Continue reading
This past weekend, The Barbarian Book Club challenged his fellow bloggers to read three Fantasy stories written before Lord of the Rings was published, review all three on your blog, focusing on pre-Tolkien differences of similarities, and making sure you … Continue reading
Here we are, more than a week after the release of Stranger Things 2: The Enstrangering, and thanks to the magic of Netflix and a culture that struggles with portion control, talking about this show feels like old news. My … Continue reading
Misha Burnette’s “Book of Lost Doors” series has become my dessert reading. A large chunk of the reading that I do these days is dedicated towards a purpose. I’m beta-reading as many novels as possible. I read to help the Castalia … Continue reading
With the release of the fifth issue of Cirsova looming on the horizon, I’d really better start moving on these story reviews. My reading backlog isn’t getting any smaller! Lost Men P. Alexander really doesn’t care for your genre distinctions, … Continue reading
My continuing quest to review every story in Cirsova’s fourth issue has me feeling a little nervous. I fell in love with the first two issues, and enjoyed the third, but this one is off to a rocky start. The … Continue reading
Sword and Flower, by Rawle Nyanzi, represents a huge load off of my mind. Rawle is one of the earliest adopters of the Pulp Revolution, and for me he represents a chance to get a good, solid assessment of whether … Continue reading
A few weeks back I had the misfortune of writing an honest review for a book that I really wanted to like. The author is a great guy, and his book hit a lot of the right notes, but just … Continue reading