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(Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) Fantasy Film Review by Jackson K. (11-29-36)

Fanstastic Beasts was directed by David Yates, and was released in the United States on November 18th of 2016. It starred Eddie Redmayne as the handsome, yet curious Newt Scamander. 319 more words

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A Closed and Common Orbit: across the uncanny valley

It’s time to dive back into deep space with the read-along for A Closed and Common Orbit, the much-anticipated sequel to last year’s break-out debut… 1,585 more words


15 Diverse Reads To Add To Your 2017 TBR

2017 is going to be a great year for books. Maybe a not-so-great year for my bank account but you have to take your wins where you can get them, right?   1,794 more words


Building Worlds (Pt. 2): Biodegrade

Type: Futuristic Dystopian

Imagine the world thousands of years later. Technology should be way, way more advanced and societies more sophisticated. Supposedly. But Earth has aged quite a lot as well so I can imagine it as a little bit more torn and fragile than it is now, and humans are living inside giant bubbles where the environment and atmosphere are controlled to make it still inhabitable for humans and more Mother Earth friendly. 1,224 more words


Building Worlds (Pt. 1)

Something I really enjoy about travelling 2 hours just to get to and from work (I am interning right now, in case you didn’t know)–even though it’s very tiring as hell and it takes away most of my time to relax, blog, do other things I love, but blogging most especially–is that I get to daydream a lot. 669 more words


Europe in Winter: redrawing the map

The fractures are becoming kaleidoscopic in the third instalment of the Fractured Europe sequence. University intelligence man Rupert is now settled in Europe and working as an agent for Rudi; former chef Rudi is trying to work out who is behind a string of terrorist attacks; and who knows what the Community – or the Coureurs – are really up to… 919 more words