Category Archives: Tuesday Review

“You really see all that?”
“Yeah, Man. But it is not about what I see. It’s about what YOU see.”
-Junior Beville & Yul Brenner
Cool Runnings

She’s in the Land of Leadale… so what?

A power outage cuts off the life support of a patient in a hospital. She dies while sleeping and wakes up in a fantasy world identical to the game she was still logged into at the time. Where she was … Continue reading

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I Read the Percy Jackson Series

My teenage nephew is one of those people who can’t stop talking about whatever is crossing his mind at the moment. As he’s read Percy Jackson and the Olympians umpteen times, as well as the two sequel series, he’s mentioned … Continue reading

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The Critical First Legend of Critical Role

You know that feeling, where you want something to be good so much that you’re actually a little afraid of it not living up to your hopes? This is not helped when one recalls that there are amateurs who have produced … Continue reading

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This Broken Book

I try to be kind in my reviews. But I also strive for complete honesty. This review goes more in the direction of the latter. I’m sure the author whose work I am about to criticize is a wonderful person … Continue reading

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The Romanov Rescue

The Romanov Rescue is an alternate-history political and military novel, written by Kacey Ezell, Tom Kratman, and Justin Watson. The premise, as the title would indicate, is the chronicling of an account of what might have happened had someone chosen … Continue reading

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Spider-Man’s Way Home

Is Spider-Man: No Way Home a good movie? Yes. It is. However, it must be said, either you know the story so far, or you do not. It was said of Infinity War, when it first came out, that it … Continue reading

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Servants of (Grisly, Gripping, Gruesome) War

If the word “squeamish” applies to you, this is probably not the book for you. Being familiar with Larry Correia’s work in Monster Hunter International and The Saga of the Forgotten Warrior, I can confidently assert that he does not … Continue reading

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The Man Who Re-Invigorated Christmas

Shakespeare in Love. Finding Neverland. Saving Mr. Banks. Becoming Jane. There lately seems to be a trend developing where we not only tell our most favorite stories, but we tell of the storytellers as well. Perhaps we’ve simply come to a … Continue reading

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Spinning Silver, by Naomi Novik

Spinning Silver, by Naomi Novik, begins its story with why a young Jewish girl had to take over her father’s money-lending business, and from there it proceeds to follow the ripples of this single choice through the lives of the … Continue reading

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An Inheritance of Ashes

It’s a poetic title that turns out to be literal. An Inheritance of Ashes, by Leah Bobet, follows the story of a sixteen-year-old girl, Hallie. After some sort of apocalyptic event in which mankind’s modern cities all fell (for reasons … Continue reading

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