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Raid 2 review (no spoiler)

First off, i have to let this out first (holy mother of all that is unnatural my goodness woooooow!!!!!!!!!)

ok that being said, this movie is soo awesome if you have not seen it please see it now!! 124 more words


Is *Draft Day* a good sports movie?

I am obsessive. Not really compulsive. But very obsessive. Super obsessive. Not particularly delusional, though I have my moments as does anyone. But I obsess in a way that is probably considered clinical. 2,691 more words


Top Ten Things I'm Looking Forward To In Season Four of Game of Thrones (without spoilers)

Season three of Game of Thrones ended about halfway through A Storm Of Swords, so that means season four will be finishing it. So, without spoiling anything for the viewers who have not read the book yet, here are my top ten expectations for season four. 262 more words

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (A Quick and Spoiler Free Review)

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is Ransom Riggs’ first novel, and believe me when I say it doesn’t show. A combination of science fiction, tall tale, and bildungsroman knit together by a collection of peculiar old photographs (collected by the author and many others) and quirky characters, this story is simultaneously grotesque, personal, and intriguing. 199 more words

Teaser Tuesdays: City of a Thousand Dolls

It’s time for another “Teaser Tuesday!”

This feature (or meme)  is one I discovered on my friend Kim’s site Book Munchies, and is hosted by MizB of the… 185 more words


Review: Never Fade - Alexandra Bracken

Published: October 15, 2013

Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

Page Count: 507

Rating: ☆☆☆☆ (4/5)

Genre: Young-Adult/Science-Fiction/Dystopia

Blurb Summary:

Ruby never asked for the abilities that almost cost her her life. 347 more words

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Review: The Woman in Black - Susan Hill

Published: October 10, 1983

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton

Page Count: 192


Genre: Horror/Ghost story

Blurb Summary: 

 Set on the obligatory English moor, on an isolated causeway, the story has as its hero Arthur Kipps, an up-and-coming young solicitor who has come north from London to attend the funeral and settle the affairs of Mrs. 206 more words

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