The Black Book of Secrets, written by F.E. Higgins, is a British, middle-grade, dark fantasy book. Now when I say dark fantasy I don’t necessarily mean it in the traditional sense of the word. The book just so happens to be both dark and fantastical. Are the fantasy elements themselves dark? Nope, not at all.…… Continue reading The Black Book of Secrets by F.E. Higgins – A Book Review
I really pride myself on owning all of the Eberron novels and the one comic that’s ever been released. The universe is absolutely spectacular and fascinating to me, so much so that I’m quite obsessed with learning everything about it. I’m even in the process of acquiring all of the first generation sourcebooks on Eberron.…… Continue reading Abraxis Wren of Eberron – A Comic Review
Junji Ito, better known for his remarkable twisted and weird horror manga, becomes a co-kitty-owner when his fiancée moves in with him, bringing her cat, Yon, along for the ride. Soon afterwards, she adopts a small kitten, Mu, to help keep Yon from being lonely. The manga was a small collection of hilarious anecdotes of…… Continue reading Junji Ito’s Cat Diary: Yon & Mu by Junji Ito – A Manga Review
Every once in a while, I will discover a comic book that will completely amaze me with how wonderful it turned out to be. This may be in part because of low expectations or scepticism, but whatever the reason, I love the feeling of pleasure and excitement that stems from delightful gems such as the…… Continue reading 5 Ronin by Peter Milligan – A Comic Review
March was a rather good reading month for me, especially after the catastrophe that was February! February was one of the worst reading months that I had had in a very long time. But in March I managed to read a grand total of 12 books, including a few manga and a graphic novel! I’m…… Continue reading March Reading Wrap-Up!
This was a fantastically imaginative, spectacularly written, and breathtakingly engrossing sequel! I had such a difficult time putting this book down. I absolutely loved everything about it. Binti: Home by Nnedi Okorafor is the second novel in the Binti series. You can check out my review for the first instalment by clicking this bold, pinky…… Continue reading Binti: Home by Nnedi Okorafor – A Book Review
It has been quite a long time since I’ve read a contemporary young adult novel. It’s been so long, in fact, that I had forgotten that I’m not completely unfamiliar with the genre! When I picked up To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han, I convinced myself it was the first one…… Continue reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han – A Book Review