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Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller – Book Review

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller is the second novel in the young adult high fantasy duology called, Daughter of the Pirate King. I read and reviewed book one towards the end of March, and you can check out that full review here. When I read Daughter of the Pirate King, I had…… Continue reading Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller – Book Review

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Current Reads: Filipino Ghost Stories & Existentialist Robots

Good morning, everyone! I hope you all had a good weekend, whether you were working, studying, spending time with friends and family, or just taking care of you. 😊 Luckily my weekend was not too terrible at all! Sir Betrothed and I celebrated with a couple of friends on them getting a new flat by…… Continue reading Current Reads: Filipino Ghost Stories & Existentialist Robots

Books · British Literature · Recommendations · Reviews

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman – Book Review

About a week and a half ago, when I was struggling to find my next read, Sir Betrothed handed me Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman. The Nordic culture and history is very near and dear to Sir Betrothed as it is a part of his heritage and identity. When his favourite author wrote a book…… Continue reading Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman – Book Review

Anime · first impressions · Japanese · spring anime

Persona 5: The Animation: First Impressions – The Perfect Pilot for a Stylish Story (Spring Anime 2018)

Persona 5: The Animation is one of my most-anticipated shows for the Spring 2018 anime season. I fucking loved the video game, and I am a huge fan of the Shin Megami Tensei gaming franchise. So, when I learned that A-1 Pictures was adapting the title into an anime, with direction from Masashi Ishihama, I…… Continue reading Persona 5: The Animation: First Impressions – The Perfect Pilot for a Stylish Story (Spring Anime 2018)

Books · British Literature · Crime Fiction

The Girl in the Ice (Detective Erika Foster #1) by Robert Bryndza – Book Review

The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza is the first instalment in the Detective Erika Foster book series. It is a British crime thriller that I read on my Kindle. I originally tried to read this last year, but due to a horrid reading slump I had to DNF it. But the story always…… Continue reading The Girl in the Ice (Detective Erika Foster #1) by Robert Bryndza – Book Review

Anime · first impressions · Japanese · Science-Fiction · spring anime

The Legend of Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These: First Impressions – A Neoteric Take on a Sci-Fi Classic (Spring Anime 2018)

One of the most highly anticipated shows of the season, especially for fans of military science-fiction, is the modern-day adaptation of the classic novel series of the same name, The Legend of Galactic Heroes, which is being produced by Production I.G. The director of the project is Shunsuke Tada. This shōnen, space opera is loved…… Continue reading The Legend of Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These: First Impressions – A Neoteric Take on a Sci-Fi Classic (Spring Anime 2018)