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Author: Jennifer Echols
Pages: 336
Published: January 2015
Publisher: Simon Pulse (Simon and Schutser Australia)

Jennifer Echols is one of those authors that are absolutely brilliant in some books, but lack that brilliance in others. 395 more words


FURY (the film).

I watched it, despite my inner-child’s pleading not to – I watched Fury with Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, and Jon Bernthal, and written and directed by David Ayer. 358 more words

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Gene. Sys. by Aaron Denius Garcia

I’ve been hearing about this book a lot on Twitter, granted it’s mostly retweets from the author, but still, It’s one of those things you think “Well, I should probably read it if only to see what the fuss is all about.” Well, am I glad I read this book. 255 more words

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Avengers: Age of Ultron [NO SPOILER REVIEW]

Total disclosure: I’m an absolute Marvel fanboy. I knew 18 months ago that this was going to be a movie I was going to love. My review of this film comes from a bias that’s been building issue by glorious spandex-clad issue for nearly 30 years. 266 more words


Avengers: Age Of Ultron

VERY Determined Reviews

The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, the story of a robotic terrorist with a fetish for Pinocchio songs was released today on the 24th of May 2015 on a sunny, yet cold day in England. 1,173 more words

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The Silence Series by Natasha Preston

These books are your typical “written for teenagers by teenagers” stories that most writers write at some point in their lives. You know the ones, you’re trying to give your reader hints about what’s happened but you fail so miserably at keeping it a secret and you don’t understand why everyone knows what’s happened.  314 more words

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Shadowborn by Moira Katson.

When I first started reading this book I was wondering “What even is this book about?” Now I’ve figured it out And although it takes a while and there’s the same old back and forth throughout and no particular twists, I have to say I’m happy I read it, at least a little. 231 more words

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