Category Archives: Book Reviews

Zero History by William Gibson

Instead of adding to all the negativity on the internet—reviews in particular—I’m going to even things out by saying what I like. Everything has a good part to it. Sometimes it’s only one scene, others are bursting with awesomeness. Zero … Continue reading

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Let Me Off at the Top! By Ron Burgundy

    Instead of adding to all the negativity on the internet—reviews in particular—I’m going to even things out by saying what I like. Everything has a good part to it. Sometimes it’s only one scene, others are bursting with … Continue reading

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Watching You by Michael Robotham

I’m changing the way I write reviews. I’m ditching the traffic light movie reviews for something more positive. Instead of adding to all the negativity on the internet—reviews in particular—I’m going to even things out by saying what I like. … Continue reading

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Ruins by Orson Scott Card (Yellow)

Think traffic light when I say (Yellow). Use caution when deciding if you should read this book. If I had to sum it up in one sentence I would describe this book as Ratatouille meets Alien mixed with a university … Continue reading

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Mocking Jay by Suzanne Collins (Red)

(Red) means you shouldn’t read this book. Sorry if the following makes you upset I just get really disappointed when something popular fails so miserably.  It pushes me over the edge.  It feels like the publisher and author knew that … Continue reading

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The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt (Green)

This is a good book. (Green) means go and read it.  Exactly what I needed to read after finishing the disappointing Mockingjay.  The title of the book originally turned me off.  I thought it was about transgender brothers or something … Continue reading

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Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (Green)

The second book or movie in a trilogy is usually the weakest of the three.  This is true for almost every trilogy except for the original Star Wars, where Empire Strikes Back is the best of all the movies.  After … Continue reading

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