Book Review: The Turncoat’s Gambit by Andrea Cremer (5/5)

YA Fiction, Steampunk Copyright: 2017 In this finale of Creme’s The Inventor’s Secret series, Charlotte and her friends are put to the test. This book has everything that I love from the other two books – adventure, an amazing world, lovable characters, and a continuous plot that never felt too fast or too slow. Overall,

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Downsizing

More like downer….. I had doubts about wanting to see this film, but after seeing the preview several times thought it might be a light-hearted change of pace. I was wrong. The film does start out with an interesting premise … Continue reading →</a

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Astounding Antagonists – review

Astounding Antagonists by Rafael Chandler. Dr. Agon, a megalomaniacal inventor with an arsenal of lethal gadgets. Motley, a wisecracking jewel thief with nothing left to lose. Chillpill, a cryogenic drug lord who just wants a normal life. Baelphegor, a demonic psychopath with an ugly score to settle. They’re the most dangerous supervillains on Earth, and they’re

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Drift Stumble Fall by M. Jonathan Lee (Review)

Sent To Me By Hideaway Fall In Exchange For An Honest Review 12.04.2018 / Hideaway Fall / Fiction / Paperback / 310pp / 978-0995492349 5/5 Target Audience: Readers who appreciate the human condition and the complexities of life. Plenty of drama, emotion and challenging writing. About Drift Stumble Fall Richard Brown has had enough of his……

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