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A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

When Conor wakes up at 12:07, he’s glad to be out of the nightmare. Then the monster comes. The yew tree behind his house has pulled itself up and come to pay a visit. 103 more words

Books

FRINGE REVIEW: SÉAYONCÉ, GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS, 2019

Séayoncé is a small piece of overtly offensive brilliance!

London actor and comedian Daniel Wye is bringing his show Séayoncé to The Adelaide Fringe Festival for the first time this year. 356 more words

FRINGE REVIEW: 2100: A SPACE NOVELTY, BAKEHOUSE THEATRE, 2019

2100: A Space Novelty breathes new life into the sci-fi genre, telling an original story while cleverly referencing pop culture along the way. The mix of comedy and physical theatre is performed skilfully by the international cast, without a dull moment along the way. 281 more words

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Geek Girls Rule! #539 - Review: Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero

So, while the power was out on Monday and Tuesday, I got some actual reading done.  Like, two whole books worth, since I couldn’t write.  I did in fact have my battery back ups totally charged so I could read on my phone without much bother or worrying about being completely isolated. 620 more words

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READ THE WORLD – Netherlands: Safe as Houses by Simone van der Vlugt

Trigger warnings for rape.

Home is supposed the be a safe place, but when a man forces his way into Lisa’s house taking her and her five-year-old daughter Anouk hostage, there’s no where to hide. 434 more words

Reviews

The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition Review

The Talos Principle (Talos) is a game i’ve known about for years. Around its release it was basically impossible to ignore and hide from all the hype this indie game got. 1,740 more words

Gaming