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Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card; A Moral Dilemma

  • Title: Speaker for the Dead
  • Author: Orson Scott Card
  • # of Pages: 254

In the aftermath of his terrible war, Ender Wiggin disappeared, and a powerful voice arose: the Speaker for the Dead, who told of the true story of the Bugger War. 1,397 more words


Song Review: NCT 2018 - Black On Black

Ever since the concept of NCT was announced, I looked forward to the day that all of its members would unite for one dynamic single. I imagined a giant chorus of vocals, an army of dancers. 256 more words


Bosch Season 4

People learn. Huh.

One of the absolute worst aspects of (especially long-running) genre shows is that nobody ever seems to learn anything or develop as a character. 464 more words


Big Bones by Laura Dockrill

Big Bones is the first book i’ve read from Laura Dockrill. I’ve heard a lot about her work and wanted to read something by her for a long time. 609 more words


Share-It Saturday: Tips & Ideas To Write More Believable Masquerades

Reblogged from: Springhole.net


In essence a Masquerade is a trope wherein magical, supernatural, or otherwise fantastical people are living under the noses of ordinary human beings without the ordinary folks being aware of it. 2,816 more words


Review: H(A)PPY

Nicola Barker’s dystopian is pulled from the same realms of sci-fi as Black Mirror, presenting us with a terrifying future in which people are subject to constant surveillance of their language to ensure they submit to the ideals which they are told will make them ‘H(A)PPY’. 298 more words


Dominaria art review

The Dominaria set heralds a return to Magic’s past. In spite of being a setting where the planeswalker protagonists can go to any plane at will, most of Magic’s early sets were based on Dominaria. 358 more words