Book Review: Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia

Overall Rating: 3 Stars (Liked It!) Monster Hunter International is, as Brandon Sanderson said, "An Ode to how fun it is to shoot things in the face." Owen is a large man, a gun-nut, and an accountant. The book begins when he ends up shoving his werewolf boss out the window. Yes, it's that kind … Continue reading Book Review: Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia

Book Review of I Don’t Want to Kill You by Dan Wells

Overall Rating: 5 stars (Loved It!) Genre - Thriller/Horror/Supernatural, Adult and Young Adult While still following the Dan Wells tradition of being disturbing, thrilling, fast-paced and funny all at the same time, this book was possibly the most beautiful thing I have read this year. You may wonder how vivid scenes of embalming can be … Continue reading Book Review of I Don’t Want to Kill You by Dan Wells

Book Review of Runelords Book 1 – The Sum of All Men

Overall Rating: 3 stars (Liked It!) Genre - Epic Fantasy, Adult David Farland kicks off his Runelords Series with the Sum of All Men, in a world where personal attributes can be given, bought, or stolen. Runelords are men who receive endowments from their subjects, such as endowments of strength, metabolism, or wit. These endowments … Continue reading Book Review of Runelords Book 1 – The Sum of All Men

Scott Pilgrim’s Symbols: Breaking Down the Allegory

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is an allegorical, multi-watch movie. Some of the absurd humor will strike you immediately the first time, but some of the deeper messages and layered symbolic humor will hit you on subsequent viewings. An Allegory is a story where symbolism is taken to the extreme. Instead of having one symbol, … Continue reading Scott Pilgrim’s Symbols: Breaking Down the Allegory