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Review: American Gods – Neil Gaiman

When a reader decides to dive head first into the world of Neil Gaiman, the first book that is usually recommended to them is American Gods. For me, however, I went a little unconventional and picked Gaiman’s take on The Jungle Book lore, The Graveyard Book. Advertisements 3 starsAdult FictionFantasyMythology

Review: The Fireman – Joe Hill

I’ve read a fair share of post-apocalyptic novels in my day, hell, I was around for the first release of The Hunger Games and Divergent. So, it is then no surprise as I’ve gotten older I still look for that post-apocalyptic novel that will scare the bejesus out of me enough to appreciate the time…

Review: Déjà Dead – Kathy Reichs

If there is one t.v. show that keeps me tuning in every week it is Bones on Fox. The characters, the story lines, the shows ability to come up with some of the grossest decomposition’s I’ve ever seen. And yet, until very recently I never noticed that at the end of the credits it says…

Review: After You – Jojo Moyes

If you were living under a rock this past February you may not have heard of the book to movie adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ Me Before You. Following the lives of Will Traynor (Sam Clafin) and his caregiver Lou Clark (Emilia Clarke), Me Before You as a book explores how one person can have such a…