In case you've wondering who this Tizzy guy is, although his title of Destroyer of Worlds and Eater of the Innocent should really suffice.
A trio of amateur heroines battle an evil, lawsuit-happy science-fiction cult in the first novel in the Neitherlands series.
In her sophomore effort, Albertalli delivers a heartwarming, somewhat darker storyline. But does she manage to replicate the uniqueness of Simon Vs. The Homo-Sapiens Agenda?
A good, thought not outstanding, sequel to a great sci-fi read that adds its share of problems as it attempts to make its own, at times convoluted plot move ahead.
A flawed sequel to a great book, The Toyminator shows us what happens when a novel falls in love with its own concept.
An interesting, thrilling start to a now well-known sci-fi series focused on characters rather than technology or world-building.
Hollow City by Random Riggs Janary 14, 2014 Review rating 4/5 Back to the peculiarverse… I loved the first book in this series. It was one of those rare occasions where a book is so well written and plotted the pages fly by on their own, where I feel like spending every spare minute I […]
A dark, uncommon brand of fantasy with a storyline so dense and haunting it will remain in your head a while after you’re done reading, The Firebird is perhaps one of the most peculiar books I’ve come across in recent years.
This last week has been quite the trip, and the first time in a long while where every waking moment I spent not reading I spent it thinking about reading. For you see, Becky Albertalli made me fall in love with her novel, her characters, and her setting…
I first read this book as a teenager, back when I was fifteen years old. Back then, I felt it was a masterpiece of horror written by an extremely talented author who managed to not just keep the narrative tension consistent throughout the whole book, but also who managed to genuinely scare you. It was the first time I felt genuinely scared reading a book, as not even other King books had managed to.
I read it again last year, fifteen years later…