Coffee VS Tea: Reviews

Welcome to part two of coffee or tea? in which I have tried your five favorite tea, and five favorite coffee suggestions and aim to review them with nothing but positive feed back. It is my goal, to honestly find something in these new methods of making coffee/tea, that perhaps I would not have tried … Continue reading Coffee VS Tea: Reviews

The Merciless IV Review

The Merciless IV, by Danielle Vega, succeeds once again at drowning us in an unholy amount of exorcism style torture and gore. If that isn't what you're looking for, then there is no need for negative words, as there is hardly a positive aspect to be found in this book as it is. Awful to … Continue reading The Merciless IV Review

Frankenstein Review

The face of Frankenstein's monster, has become known as Frankenstein himself, and that is only the beginning of the misinterpretations brought about by the cinematic version of Mary Shelley's, Frankenstein. For years I have loved the aesthetic of those dramatics portrayed through film, the lightning, the hunch back assistant hobbling around, the popular phrase, "Its … Continue reading Frankenstein Review

Beastkeeper Review

Beastkeeper, by Cat Hellisen, is a retelling of the classic and well known tale Beauty and the Beast. Spoilers can be found if you should choose to continue reading. "We have not always been beasts" At first I had mixed feelings about this book, I still do. But it grew on me in a strange … Continue reading Beastkeeper Review

My Best Friends Exorcism Review

I finished reading My Best Friends Exorcism last week, and honestly, I was a little let down... Spoiler free review: This book is full of amazing descriptive accounts of 80's referenced gore, but there were bits of abandoned plot that I was genuinely interested in following up with, and the end... well... it ended, but … Continue reading My Best Friends Exorcism Review