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Some Kind of Wonderful

No superhero has a messier background than Wonder Woman. She’s always been iconic, of course, but her rep has suffered unduly by censorship, revisionism, editorial missteps, and appropriation. 433 more words


Crimson Peak

After Edith lost her last parent she ended up marring a seductive, mysterious stranger and was swept away to a remote mansion. Edith finds out the most dark secrets of the mansion and that the house breaths, bleeds and remembers. 91 more words

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The Rules by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie

Spoilers.  There are also spoilers for the video game Until Dawn.  This review is weird.  

I have so many mixed feelings about this book.  I don’t even know how to rate it or what to say about it first.   2,505 more words


"Keep Me in Mind" by Nancy Holder Review

Keep Me in Mind

Author: Nancy Holder

Release Date: April 2005

What makes a good Choose Your Own Adventure Buffy book? Well, the things that make a good Buffy book are characters that act true to the tv series, and a story that feel like it has something at risk for the reader and does not contradict what we know on the show. 830 more words


"How I Survived My Summer Vacation" by Various Authors Review

How I Survived My Summer Vacation

Author: Nancy Holder, Paul Ruditis, MIchelle Sagara West, Cameron Dokey, Yvonne Navarro

Release Date: August 2000

This is a short story collection about the summer in between seasons 1 and 2 of Buffy. 386 more words


"Halloween Rain" by Christopher Golden Review

Halloween Rain

Author: Christopher Golden

Release Date: November 1997

The second Buffy book published misses the mark quite often on the characterizations of the cast as well as makes some plot inaccuracies that stand out if you’re a diehard fan. 212 more words

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Book Review: Crimson Peak by: Nancy Holder

The mad head of the house was rotting, and night was dragging her wings across the moon, tracing filigree on the floors. In the attic, more black moths were dancing because it was cold, because it was dark.

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