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Neil Gaiman - The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Review

Neil Gaiman, ‘ The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ – Review by Stuart Cross

– ISBN 978-1-4722-0034-1

Neil Gaiman is on the Internet’s high score list. 504 more words


One... Two... Three Little Things!

One thing you can always count on when you read something by Stuart R. West is a good laugh.  He has such a firm grasp on the awkwardness and life-or-death embarrassments of being a teenager in high school.  295 more words

When Water Burns: Bk 2- Review

After the events of last book, Leila must deal with loss as well as her incredible powers. Hers and Daniel’s relationship is stronger than ever, but now they must rely on each other as greater forces attempt to drive them apart.

The Cellar by Natasha Preston

Title: The Cellar
Author: Natasha Preston
Original Publication Date: March 1st, 2014
Original Price: $9.99 (Paperback)
Number of Pages: 347
Starkiller Rating… 295 more words


Action Figures - Issue Three: Status Update

It feels like it took me forever to get to this point, but at last, I am poised to start cranking away at the climax of… 203 more words

Action Figures

BookTube-a-Thon Wrap Up and Under-Hyped Books Read-a-Thon TBR

Booktubeathon Wrap-Up

So. I only read 3 1/2 books and completed 4 of 7 challenges. Woe is me. I started a day late and just could not catch up. 192 more words



My latest read was the second book in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, by Ransom Riggs.  This was a captivating addition to the series, and it left me wanting more.   138 more words