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  • Books, Entertainment


    I finished my latest Sanderson book – Warbreaker last week. I really enjoyed the lore in this book – it was different and let me experience a fantasy world that wasn’t imbued…

  • Books

    The Mistborn Trilogy

    Easily my favorite fantasy trilogy, Mistborn was a series that took me a few false starts to really get into it. When I finally did it was like an old friend to…

  • Books

    Magic 2.0

    Magic 2.0 is a series of books that mashes together two of my favorite topics: magic and computers! The premise of the series lies around characters the discover a file that controls…

  • Books

    All The Light We Cannot See

    The way I choose books is to check the ‘related’ list on Amazon, inspired by the last book I’ve bought. The big shiny pulitzer price medal on the cover narrowed it down and the…

  • Books

    The Handmaid’s Tale

    When I picked up this novel, I wasn’t expecting the sinking feeling I’d get for weeks as I tried to finish it. Thoroughly engrossing, it made me bleed emotionally. Keeping the pages turning became…

  • Books

    The Fault in Our Stars

    I don’t usually have a lot of time set aside for reading but I’ve been picking up a few more books lately. The fault in our stars was recommended through GoodReads and…

  • Books

    Whistling Past The Graveyard

    I highly recommend this quick read! It’s a mid century, Tom Sawyer-esque piece that touches on racism in the south and the brokenness of all people. I won’t say much about it…

  • Tell the Wolves I'm Home

    Tell the Wolves I’m Home

    If I’m a hundred percent honest with you, I’d tell you I don’t read much. Books were something I enjoyed in my youth until schooling and expectations turned books into these heavy…

  • Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

    Water for Elephants

    This is one of those books that leaves you wondering whether you just read an adventure, a romance, a tragedy or a memoir.  The protagonist experiences the extremes of what go into…