Book Review: The Spider – Under the Northern Sky # 2

The first book in this planned trilogy, The Wolf, ends with a foreboding epilogue. The Spider, picking up just days after, begins with an equally foreshadowing prologue hinting at the disaster about to strike. With both epilogue and prologue in mind, it’s no surprise that this story begins with a funeral. … More Book Review: The Spider – Under the Northern Sky # 2

So, you loved Good Omens, now what?

The recently premiered mini-series, Good Omens, on Amazon Prime is currently all the rage on my twitter feed. The series is an adaptation of the thirty-year-old cult novel, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. At the moment, it seems like it’s either being reviewed, analyzed, raved about, or involved in hilarious misunderstandings instigated by Evangelicals Christians.  … More So, you loved Good Omens, now what?

Book Review: Good Omens

What happens next includes prophecies by a slightly unhinged, seventeen-century witch, self-proclaimed witch hunters, the Four Horsemen (on motorcycles), Angels being bureaucratic assholes, and demons who overreact when you’ve accidentally misplaced the Antichrist. There are also Satanic nuns, patriotic Americans, and Hellhounds.

Oh, and the Antichrist is an eleven-year-old boy.

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Book Review: The Essex Serpent

Once in a while, I’ll choose a book without really paying any attention to book blurbs. In the case of The Essex Serpent, it was one of those books I’d noticed in passing on lists over Best Books of 2017. I’d been drawn to the cover in books stores, and at one point I think I must have read the blurb even though when I, on a whim, decided to read it I couldn’t remember much about it. … More Book Review: The Essex Serpent

The Discworld Reviews: Wyrd Sisters

Wyrd Sisters begins with the murder of King Varence I by his cousin Duke Felmet, a crime in large planned and orchestrated by the Duke’s ambitious wife. During the commotion, a servant manages to escape with the king’s infant son. Realizing the danger, the three witches hide the boy with a group of traveling actors trusting that, when the time is right, destiny will bring the rightful king back to Lancre to overthrow the Duke. … More The Discworld Reviews: Wyrd Sisters