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Magneto #7 - Review

By: Cullen Bunn (writer), Gabriel Hernandez Walta & Javier Fernandez (artists), Jordie Bellaire & Dan Brown (color artists)

The Story: “Are you not entertained!?”

The Review: 932 more words

Reviews

The keys of our lives

Have you ever felt frustrated because of all the amounts of accounts and passwords a human being has to remember nowadays to survive in this jungle?! 629 more words

Daily Business

Writing Stories

What’s the point of writing Stories if you have nothing new to say?
Good stories can be depressing, motivating, inspirational, romantic, violent, entertaining, aesthetic, energetic, the list goes on. 452 more words

Just Saying

The apocalyptic Dan Brown’s “Inferno”

When the latest Dan Brown’s book “Inferno” was released, I was really looking forward to read it. I truly enjoy reading his books, even though I realise that all his storylines are made up and have nothing to do with reality and real stuff, as well. 662 more words

Notes

reading at the moment...

I love to read, and I love books. Enough said, let’s move on to the rest of the post.

Right now on my reading list are: 372 more words

Point.Of.Interest

Inferno, Dan Brown - Book Review

I’ve really enjoyed some of Dan Brown’s previous books – The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons – they’re a little bit silly, but they’re entertaining. 549 more words

Book Reviews

Anne Carson, Dan Brown, and the poetics of (anti-) consumer choice

This post is mostly about Anne Carson’s “The Albertine Workout.” It is mostly a stretch of thinking-through of the connections between power, servitude, information, and expectations. 1,882 more words