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We (my intrepid brother and I) have been travelling for a couple of weeks now and outside of two nights spent at a cheap hotel, we have been staying exclusively at hostels. While I confess I have yet to get around to rating or commenting on my stay at the various places, I have been […]
I was perusing the online bookstore looking for things to read (preferably free) when I came across ~. I opened the digital book and scanned the first few pages posted online. I like this aspect of online book stores. You can get a lot of information from the first few pages of the book, though […]
Alright, here’s something I don’t normally do. This is a review for a game I haven’t finished. Gasp! Shock! The indignity!
Truth is, being abroad means my time is pretty limited and I’d rather get a post out now before my month long silence than have a more encompassing review that might not even come […]
Well, it’s crazy hot, I’m suffering from jet lag and my current residence has no food. Sounds like a good time to post on the blog if I don’t say so myself!
Astute observers will probably notice that I’m now posting at a very peculiar time. That’s because I am back in Japan. Which is […]
So, I played a fun little game the other day.
I don’t often review boardgames on this blog despite the amount that I play. I’m hardly a board game aficionado so I hardly feel like the most authoritative voice on the matter. But, hey, there’s not much else to discuss so here we go.
It’s a little […]
Manners and Mutiny marks the fourth and final book in the Finishing School Series by Gail Carriger. It is a brilliant read! I still love Carriger’s style of writing. Sure the naming is a bit silly, the plots are ridiculous, and the characters are not the most real (some are dead after all!), […]
Forever is the title of a 2014-2015 American police procedural TV show. It lasted for one season and I am currently two episodes from the end. I think if the show had continued I would still stop around the end of the first season.
It is a cop show were the two leads are a […]
Last week we saw the first four of the last eight second summoners for Summoner Wars. Those were my “bottom picks” for who is and isn’t the best. I ran some clarifications on how I do my ranking but one thing I didn’t mention is that I also focus on general utility. I show preferential […]
Well this sort of crept up out of nowhere.
So I’ve rambled quite a lot about Summoner Wars on this blog. Mostly because it’s an easy thing to ramble about on a day when I don’t know what else to write. So when I’m neck deep in work I can riddle off several paragraphs about […]
The Golden Apple by Michelle Diener is a competently written young adult fantasy. It reads like a fairy tale with the classic elements of princesses, knights, sorcerers, witches and woodsmen. There is a Great Forest filled with strange and terrible magic, a quest and of course a magical Golden Apple. Unfortunately, the author also throws […]
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