Sanctuary by Caryn Lix Book Review

I truly do not understand why prison escape fiction is so rare. While if you don't have an outside point of view you may have a small claustrophobic setting, escaping from jail and running from the cops is a suspenseful, odds-against-you storyline that's so inviting for the roller coaster ride it's no wonder the public... Continue Reading →

Traitor by Amanda McCrina Book Review

You know, there's a barrier when it comes to learning history from foreign countries, and I think that's evident in Traitor; if we want to properly be educated on it, like a bagel with surprisingly too much garlic, we can be easily taken aback with how many different groups with so many different histories we... Continue Reading →

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