The Ouroboros Wave by Jyōji Hayashi

Do you ever anticipate a book so much that when you finally get around to reading it, it ends up being such a humongous disappointment and your heart breaks? Welcome to my reading adventure with The Ouroboros Wave by Jyōji Hayashi. Sometime in the distant future, scientists discover the presence of a small black hole…

Top 5 Books for Boring Classes

Today I wanted to do something a little on the delinquent side. Most folks who’ve ever been in a classroom setting, whether high school or university, has probably had that one class that was unbelievably boring! It may have been the person teaching, or just the subject matter. Whatever the reasons, the class sucked and…

July Reading Wrap-Up!

July was a phenomenal month for me in terms of reading. I cannot remember the last time that I was able to read so many books, and I enjoyed a good chunk of them. Most of the credit for the nineteen books read during these past 31-days can be attributed to multiple read-a-thon events that…

#Unhaulathon 2017 TBR

Since July was a fantastic reading month for me, thanks to a ton of fun of readathons, I figured it would be cool to start off my August with another reading event, especially one that is very low-key and kicked-back. The Unhaulathon is hosted by @reading__addict @booknookbritt & @dylanthereader5, over on Twitter. It’s taking place from…

May’s Big Ass Book Haul!

May has been a deliciously awesome month so far in regards to book mail and book gifts, and one of the reasons for that is there’s a lot of diverse books in my haul this month! The second reason that it’s so awesome is that the pile is positively towering and leaning. It’s already fallen…