It's basically forced proximity. In space. How's that for a paradox.
Have you ever wondered why that show you loved, was unique, and had great characters or concepts got cancelled after one or two seasons? Especially while some high school drama that ran out of plot in its fourth year gets renewed for its twenty-second season with the original cast, now mid-fifties? Yeah, me neither. I've… Continue reading 6 Good Shows That I’m Sad Were Cancelled After One Season
This is my first Classics Club spin since joining, so I'm quite excited to see what I get to read next! I have been steadily working through the books on my list, but I still have the vast majority of them to go, so let's do this. My method of picking which 20 of my… Continue reading Classics Club Spin #32
Blurb for The Flight of the Falcon by Daphne du Maurier As a young Italian courier for Sunshine Tours, Armino Fabbio led a pleasant, if humdrum life—until he became circumstantially involved in the murder of an old peasant woman in Rome, a woman who had suddenly and startlingly reminded Armino of someone in his past.… Continue reading Bird of Prey: The Flight of the Falcon Review
Good things come in threes--young adult book trilogies are evidence of the fact. Bad things, alas, also come in threes--as demonstrated by the love triangles plaguing this particular age bracket's fiction like a particularly unpleasant swarm of wormy insects. Despite this and other common tropes, young adult fiction has been a large part of my… Continue reading 8 YA Trilogies That Deserve More Hype
So, after years of seeing the lists, the spins, the challenges, and the memes, I am finally joining the Classics Club! This is pretty big for me as I've had some bad experiences with booklists/challenges and vowed never to get myself into one again, but never say never, I guess. I actually feel good about… Continue reading Classics Club Book List