Monthly Archives: May 2014

Book Review—Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Alright, I already wrote about how awesome “Ready Player One” is, but now that I finished it I have a few things to say about its not so awesome parts.  Firstly, the main story, which is about the quest for … Continue reading

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Addicted Once, Never Cured

Dear lord, I have never in my life wanted to reactivate my World of Warcraft account as badly as I do right now, reading this book. It’s not the best writing ever, but it sure is a page turner. If … Continue reading

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Book Review—Vampires in the Lemon Grove by Karen Russell

The thing I love most about Karen Russell’s writing is that when you’re asked to define it as fiction or fantasy, it’s not as easy as you’d think.  Take “Swamplandia!” for example: are there now, or have there ever been, … Continue reading

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Book Review—Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury

As is typical in Bradbury novels, the long, predominantly confusing first half of this book, with head-scratching, yet beautiful prose, led up to a slightly less confusing conclusion, where I finished knowing a little bit more about what it all … Continue reading

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