Archive for September 2015

09.23.2015

ASAP Science by Mitch Moffit and Greg Brown.

Once in a while, I like to indulge myself in junk-food literature. This could be a buzz-feed article, a celebrity’s interview, or the comments section on news websites. They’re not necessarily bad – if you read them in moderation. The book is riddled with quirky illustration which adds a sense of whimsy and wonder from […]

09.23.2015

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger Here we go again! I started another book series by Gail Carriger – and I’m glad I did. Gail Carriger’s series all relate to each other but they can still be read as stand-alone stories. Some of her characters from the Soulless series do appear in this series but […]

09.15.2015

Claimed by Tarah Scott

I am not ashamed to admit, I love—er, enjoy reading romance novels. I guess it’s because it soothes the raging cynic in me, who is more inclined to read about practical topics such as Science, Finance, and celebrity melt-downs. I don’t really care for the “boy-meets-girl” context of most romance novels. I’m more interested in […]

09.15.2015

Helen of Sparta by Amalia Carosella

I love Greek mythologies! I love mythologies in general. The epic tales of heroes, monsters, magic, and trials are what Hollywood movies hope to recreate, visually. (Obviously I am on the “book” side of the book vs. movie debate) My prejudice aside, the story of Helen is not a new one. There are different versions/interpretations […]

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