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Mistborn: The Beginning of a Great Obsession

Well after what feels like a forever long hiatus, I’m back! My life went all sorts of crazy all at once and sadly put a damper on my reading. 676 more words

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Book Review: King Solomon's Mines by H. Rider Haggard

I seem to be on a bit of a retro-adventure kick in recent months, kicking off with Edgar Rice Burroughs’ stuff and I’ve loaded up my Kindle with a bunch of old timey fantasy and adventure books, including this. 676 more words

Professor Challenger - An Essay: The Guilt of Uncertainty

An enigmatic storyteller, Franz Kafka’s legacy has long remained the subject of many writings on existential literature. His stories explore themes which are so depressing, and at times seem so futile, as to put off many a reader while entrancing yet another. 2,878 more words

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Book Review: The Thirty-Nine Steps by John Buchan

This is one of those books I’ve heard a lot about but never actually read, but I downloaded it for my Kindle and thought I’d check it out. 445 more words

Night Film: Creep on!

5 of 5 stars

SO MANY FEELS… It took me a few days to process this one.

You know those books where you figure out that the blurb on the back of the book is completely wrong/misleading after you finish? 355 more words

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Dagny Taggart - We the Living by Ayn Rand


Biologists tell us that an object has ‘life’ if it can grow, reproduce, respond and organize. But when Ayn Rand refers to life in her earliest novel, “We the Living”, she is not talking about a biological condition. 3,004 more words

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Book Review: Horns by Joe Hill

I first heard about this book because they’re making a movie of it featuring Daniel Radcliffe, and it seemed like an interesting premise, so I thought I’d check it out. 572 more words