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No spoilers. It's important. If you review without spoiling, thank you.

Just posted this on Facebook because I’m fed up:

Just read my second review of This Plague of Days that contains a spoiler or a strong hint of a spoiler. 120 more words

This Plague Of Days

Snowpiercer - a vague review/more like a really enthusiastic recommendation

The most brutal enemy that we can face is ourselves, and Snowpiercer lays out that struggle bare. Post-apocalyptic class struggle on a moving train with heavy dashes of action, fighting, violence and even touches of (somewhat absurd) humour at times make a package that is hard not to enjoy. 296 more words

Warning: Spoilers Ahead

Not really. There will be no spoilers here because I won’t be talking about any particular series or book. However, in my never ending quest to figure out what other people think on subjects that don’t really bother me, I want to know about spoilers, so some franchises will be brought up, though sparsely. 686 more words

What Are You Watching?

The Purge (Review)

One night, twelve straight hours where no emergency services, and all crime is legal. What a premise. I’ve grown tired of recent horror flicks; barely any have original or interesting plots anymore. 612 more words

Movie Reviews

No-Spoiler Review: Steelheart (Brandon Sanderson)

Ever since Brandon Sanderson took the helm of the Wheel of Time, I have not been able to get enough of that guy’s work. Recently I picked upĀ  459 more words

No Spoilers

My Game of Thrones experience (No Spoilers)

Finally, after many weeks of slow struggle I am done with the Song of Ice and Fire. I’ve read all the books, I caught up with the series and it feels like its time to share the ups and downs of this journey. 1,539 more words

Thoughts

Review: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (no spoilers)

This book definitely touched my inner childhood, bringing me back to places I’d forgotten I’d ever been. My mother, when I was an infant, would read the Harry Potter series to us just before bed. 442 more words

Book Reviews