An Amazon Books opened near Chris. He decided to go and check it out and let us know his thoughts.
You don’t belong here. Is that true? Thoughts I had after seeing Cars 3, especially for indie authors and the indie community.
Time travel with two CHRONOS Files stories from author Rysa Walker. First, nineteen-year-old Clio is forced to time travel and must try to survive it in the graphic novel “Time Trial.” Next, Kiernan must work with duplicates of himself to save someone he cares about in the short story “Splinter.” Find out more about each of them in my reviews and then read onwards for an interview with author Rysa Walker.
“Don’t even go there” is my first thought on seeing another story of the horrors of WWII, concentration camps, and Mengele’s experiments on human subjects, but Affinity Konar brings to life two sisters who survive the unthinkable. Dark and disturbing, but rich with hope and humanity, this is a must-read.
Netflix has put out some great Marvel shows, but is this really one of them or does it fall flat? Will Swardstrom binge watched it this weekend and he lets us know his thoughts. Find out more in this review of Luke Cage.
S. Gates’s debut novel, Bodies Are Disgusting, is a journey into the macabre. Does it successfully draw the reader into its world, or are readers simply outsiders looking through a distorted prism? Find out in this review.
Sylvain Neuvel’s debut novel, Sleeping Giants, features a giant robot and asks the question, Are we alone? Find out if he hit a home run with Sleeping Giants or if he missed.
What happens in a utopian world when the cure becomes worse than the problem? Find out more in my review.