A Novella from the Thought & Memory series by Chris Kim
A short story, but I’m not too sure who it was about. It gave me the impression it was about a female bodyguard, working for a blind guy. then it turned to be all about a boy who’d been found in a terribly abusive situation.
This is Persistence of Frost by Chris Kim.
An Audio Novel by Holly Black
Sometimes a book genre is run into the ground before it fades away, only to be picked up in some new form of fashion. This has taken place since the first vampire movie, Mumau , which appeared in 1921. Today's review is about a girl, Tana and how she became The Coldest Girl in Coldtown. Novel by Holly Black.
A Novel by Yigal Zur
Here’s another, making it book number three where there’s some sort of political message, terrorism or governmental insanity taking place. You all know me- I don’t do these. And yet, in 2018 I read three. This is book number three. Death in Shangri-La (A Dotan Naor Thriller), by Yigal Zur is a novel that reads like a television series! The action, the betrayal and the killings... OMG!
An Arachnaphobic novel by Bryan Alaspa
There’s nothing creepier than deadly insects. Vicious insects. Intelligent insects- oh, okay! Arachnids. To-may-toh, To-mah-to! The thing is, S.P.I.D.A.R. is one of those stories that gives you the heebie jeebies!
An eBook Review
You can always tell when someone's paying homage to The Walking Dead. There's something that suddenly strikes you, it clicks and then you're like, "Oh... ok." That's what Broken World did to me. While reading, things happened that helped me like it but know that this author is a lover of the undead, just like the rest of us. She's not just writing what she likes, she's been affected by it.
Today's review- Broken World, book one in a series by Kate L. Mary.
Netflix Thriller Movie Review
What do you do when something that wants to kill you uses everything you’ve ever loved, feared, and wanted against you? And then once you see it, you’re dead. That’s what happens in this apocalyptic thriller.Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock, is one of those movies that takes you to a supernatural precipice, then plunges you into an understanding that sorta reminds you of somethign else. Peep my thoughts...
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