I figured it would be best to review both of these arcs at the same time. Not because they are that heavily related, but more so because they are both really short and there wouldn’t be much to say about just one of them. This is the point of the story where the Straw HatsContinue reading “Arc Review: Logue Town & Reverse Mountain”
Norse Mythology was a book I had on my radar the minute I heard about it. I’m extremely interested in all things mythology and history, as you should know by now, and Norse mythology has interested me since I was a teenager. Greek and Roman myth are shoved down our throats time after time, butContinue reading “Book Review: Norse Mythology”
Since I finished this book on Friday, and I am morally and internally obligated to cover it as soon as possible, and since this is the first book review after Friday, here it is. The Path of Daggers is the eighth installment in The Wheel of Time series, and in my opinion is one ofContinue reading “Book Review: The Path of Daggers”
I’ve written three different reviews for this book, and for some reason none of them are posting or saving in any way so I’m a bit annoyed and tired of the post, so I’ll keep the review short. This book seems to have been gaining a bit of popularity since I read it a fewContinue reading “Book Review: The Name of the Wind”
A century before A GAME OF THRONES, two unlikely heroes wandered Westeros… Rating: ★★★★☆ Author: George R.R. Martin Continueing with the Game of Thrones theme that has been so popular lately, for whatever reason, this week I decided I’d review A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, a prequel “series” to the main storyline. Having readContinue reading “Book Review: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms”
Alright so I originally started this blog as a school assignment but I really started to like it and spent some free time during the term figuring out whether or not I should take the blog full time, and how I would be able to do that. Well good news is I figured out howContinue reading “Channel Update”
“A half-read book is a half-finished love affair.” ― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas The book and movie may be a bit confusing, but all readers know this is true.