Torn by Margaret Peterson Haddix Book Review

Torn  is book four in Margaret Peterson Haddix’s The Missing series. Previously, I’d only read her Among The Hidden books. I have not read the previous three books in The Missing series which will definitely affect my review, just a heads up guys. The premise of the series, from what I gather, is that people […]

Leave All Your Metal Behind

If I was to take a look at my outfit, I’ve got a metal bracelet on, a zipper, and metal bra hooks, this means that if I was a character living in the Territory in Steven Gould’s 7th Sigma. The territory is basically the Southwestern US. It is infested by these dangerous metal eating bugs […]

So you thought your high school experience was full of the angst? Ha!

Audiobook Review: Go, Mutants by Larry Doyle I feel like I need to watch more B movies, beyond the realm of those featured on MST3K. (FYI if you have never seen MST3K fix your life and go see this wicked awesome show now — I recommend Hobgoblins). Go, Mutants! by Larry Doyle takes on the […]

Human .4 by Mike Lancaster

If you have not ever seen the Twilight Zone circa 1950s, you need to change your life and hop to Netflix instant and watch it. That show is like the grandfather of mind fucks. Every episode has me going what the what? And why would I start off a review of Human .4 by Mike […]

Review: Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card

Rigg, main character of Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card, has a special gift. He can see the path of all living things through time, but only the past. His ability to sense paths leads him to trouble, but also comes in handy to save him and his friends. Pathfinder opens on a note of tragedy. […]