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ChaoS;Child First Impressions (Episodes 1 - 2) - Better than the prequel, but damn, it's a direct sequel

Whenever I scroll through a list of a season’s anime, I quickly find myself viewing them as another generic anime of the season. The cover arts become blurry rectangles of color that only give me a vague idea of what genres to lump the shows into, and the synopses look like blocks of letters instead of words. 675 more words


Book Review: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli -No Spoilers-

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Published: April 7, 2015 by Balzer + Bray

Source: Paperback, 303 pages

Summary: Sixteen-year-old and not-so-openly gay Simon Spier prefers to save his drama for the school musical. 458 more words

Book Reviews

Fantasia Reviews Metronome

Metronome by Oliver Langmead
Published 1/16/2016
Age 14+

“You and I, we wear our wounds. I wear my scars, you wear your tattoos, and we don’t forget who we are.’ 583 more words


Fantasia Reviews Once Upon a Happy Ending

To tell the truth, we have had this on our ‘read’ shelf since last year, but we could never figure out how to review an anthology. 500 more words


*Bursts into tears*

Just watched ‘The Six Thatchers’. I have to say that I came to the same conclusion Sherlock did at first about the reasoning, and was completely caught off guard for all the rest. 563 more words


A Spoiler-Free Overview (Season 1)

Hello, and welcome to SNICKETWATCH. This blog is dedicated to bringing you my fullest thoughts and opinions on Netflix’s adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events. 857 more words

A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Fantasia Reviews The Misbegotten (Book One of An Assassin’s Blade)

The Misbegotten by Justin DePaoli
Pusblished 2/14/2016
Age 16+

Astul, assassin by day and purveyor of secrets at night, has agreed to hunt down a king slayer. 458 more words