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review 2018-02-24 19:50
If I Were Your Monster by Scott Nicholson
If I Were Your Monster - Scott Nicholson,Lee Davis

How cute!!
Great illustrations accompany the cutest stanzas, all about what each monster would do if they were owned by you. It was fun and I breezed through the short pages. I even re-read it! It was just that adorable!
Grab this one for your kids when its nearing Halloween time. It would be perfect during that season.

 

 

Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2018/02/if-i-were-your-monster-by-scott.html
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review 2018-02-21 00:00
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #245
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #245 - Sco... Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #245 - Scott H. Andrews,Rich Larson,R. Z. Held,Milo James Fowler,Josh Pearce The theme of this issue based on the 4 stories is post-apocalyptic dystopian.

PENITENTS by Rich Larson 4.5 stars

This cautionary tale about abusing and destroying one's planet gave me goosebumps. Sadly, except for the tiniest thread of hope it is too late for the inhabitants of the destroyed world in the story. The author painted a detailed picture of the planet and it's remaining people which I could easily visualize and almost feel the desolation. Really liked it even though reading it was quite disquieting!

RED DREAMS by R.Z. Held 4 stars

This story was pretty awesome! Loved the character development as well as the unique take on the whole supposed "blood-craving" thing. Also the relationship between Tarn and Sol was incredible. Lastly love the ending with this quote, "She'd take it, without accounting, and consider lucky to be one of her personal words."

THE LAST HUMAN CHILD by Milo James Fowler 4.5 stars

OK... this one got to me big time... lots of tears at the end. it is definitely the one with the most hopeful end of the 3 I have read thus far. Also the characters really got to me, they were so well-crafted that they quickly felt very real. So much evil had been perpetuated by so many... yet there were still a few who resisted labeling whole groups as good or evil and looked realistically at each individual for who they were and not what group they belonged to.

SUCH WERE THE FACES OF THE LIVING CREATURES by Josh Pearce 4 stars

This story is fascinating, bizarre, creepy and disturbing for me on a lot of levels. To those I can add a bit confusing as well. The writing is exquisite and something I had to finish despite all the previous. Still trying to wrap my head around it.
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review 2018-02-20 15:33
Review: I'm a Lebowski, You're a Lebowski: 20th Anniversary by Ben Peskoe, Bill Green, Will Russell, Scott Shuffitt
I'm a Lebowski, You're a Lebowski: 20th Anniversary - Jesse Russell,Bill Green,Ben Peskoe,Scott Shuffitt

On the twentieth anniversary of the Coen brothers' cult classic film, the ultimate fan's guide to The Big Lebowski, with a foreword by the Dude himself, Jeff Bridges, and a new afterword by writer and film critic Daphne Merkin.

 

When it was first released in 1998, The Big Lebowski flopped at the box office. Twenty years later, the movie has developed a massive, passionate, and cross-generational cult following of Lebowski fans (a.k.a. Achievers), who yearly coalesce around Lebowski Fest, the film-screening/party where bowling pins tumble, costumes abound, and White Russians are the official drink of choice--"kind of a 'Star Trek' convention, but without all the geeks"(Associated Press).

 

Written by the Founding Dudes of Lebowski Fest--and with a foreword by El Duderino himself, Jeff Bridges--this new edition of I'm a Lebowski, You're a Lebowski also features contemporary reflections on the movie by acclaimed writer and former New Yorker film critic Daphne Merkin. This is the fan book to tie every Achiever's room together, a treasure trove of trivia and commentary, illustrations, photos, interviews with every major cast member (plus the real-life inspirations for the Coen-created characters), highlights from the Fest, a handy Achiever translation guide, and tips on how to Dude-ify your life. I'm a Lebowski, You're a Lebowski is a raucous and hilarious celebration of the greatest film ever made (condolences, Citizen Kane) and of the glorious revelry that continues in its two-decade wake.

 

 

If you were a fan of the movie then this book is a must read. If you have not watched it, watch it and then come back and read the book. But really either way you should be familiar with the movie.

The book was almost a guide to the movie and it was fun and very enjoyable to read. What can you expect from the book? A lot. Obviously humor and a whole lot more. We get a good look behind the scenes, many pictures of scenes, characters and locations. As well interviews with the cast and crew. Plus some other really fun stuff.

Overall, like I said if you liked the movie you will love this book.

I rate it 5★ it was quick, fun and very informative read.

 

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review 2018-02-19 02:37
Billionaire Unloved: The Billionaire's Obsession - Jett by J.S. Scott
Billionaire Unloved: The Billionaire's Obsession ~ Jett - J. S. Scott

 

Count on J.S. Scott to take readers out of their comfort zone. Billionaire Unloved delivers chills, thrills and heals. Ruby is a fighter. Her courage brings her through the danger that follows her, the despair that lives within her and the hope that saves her. At the worst of times, she finds a dark angel to bring her home. Jett is no white knight. More like a tainted soul. He may be her savior, but can she be his redemption? Even in the darkest moments, Ms. Scott knows how to inspire. Her stories find hope in hopelessness. I had too many feelings to count, so I'll sum it up in one word. Breathless.
 
 

 

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review 2018-02-19 01:50
Not my favorite run of Deadpool
Despicable Deadpool (2017-) #294 - Gerry Duggan,Scott Koblish,Mike Hawthorne

But when it steers clear of Cap, it's quite good.   That little twist at the end, that despair, shows that Deadpool has some feelings, and in the end, I like when it's not just one joke after another but has some emotional content.   

 

 

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