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The Revenant (the novel and the movie) and PTSD

First things first, I won’t spoil either the novel version or the movie version of The Revenant.  Second, The Revenant is not exactly my type of book or movie, but this was for one of my book clubs.   479 more words


[SF] The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy by Alexandra Bracken


The galaxy is at war.

Although the Rebel Alliance has won a few battles against the Empire, hope is fading. The Empire is about to unveil the greatest weapon the galaxy has ever seen–the Death Star.

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Book Reviews

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

As my first novel of the year, I chose to read The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. In my biology class we were learning about Cancer cell, Oncogenes, and the amazing contributions that HeLa cells have made to science. 329 more words

Book Club

Desiring Disconnection, but Dreading Disconnection

When I first watched the trailer for the new Star Wars movie, several thoughts raced through my head: first, I applauded how much the trailer had successfully enthralled and hyped me; second, I immediately knew I wanted to watch this movie while it was still in theaters; and third, I realized that I needed to avoid spoilers for this film at all costs. 586 more words

Digital Age

The Book Thief(No Spoiler Book Review)

If you love historical fiction, and realistic experiences. The Book Thief takes place in Nazi Germany. A girl who loves to read, a grave digging handbook, and and a Jewish street fighter. 239 more words


Star Wars Gag Order

Got to get on board the Star Wars phenomenon with a draw-for-hire job a couple weeks ago. The article was about the surprising respect of not spoiling the movie from fans. 18 more words


Looking for Alaska book review

So I just finished looking for Alaska by John Green and wow let me tell you, TEARS like almost any other John Green novel, this one is not the be tackled without tissues, and chocolate… 62 more words