Slay by Brittney Morris Book Review

You know, as much as racism is no longer seen as a normal and acceptable act in general society, sometimes we forget just how much is out there begging to be unleashed beneath the surface. Reminders emerge all the time, and we stand united against them, but then there are places where it just won't... Continue Reading →

LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff Book Review

When it comes to steampunk, I'm not educated in machinery and screw types. But that's no reason to avoid every kind of entertainment involving some hands-on lifting and crafting. If I did that, I never would've tried out Marissa Meyer's Cinder, which was the starting point into one of my favourite writers. Lifelikes, and they're... Continue Reading →

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