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reviewed Justice League: Cry for Justice 2. January 27, 2011
Justice League: Cry for Justice 2
Justice League: Cry for Justice issue 2 continues in the same fashion of issue 1 with several stories getting some face time with little resolution or direction to the overall storyline. For the most …
reviewed Justice League: Cry for Justice 1. January 26, 2011
Justice League: Cry for Justice 1
The mini series, Cry for Justice, reflects a wonderful theme of heroics and what the obligation of heroism entails. The comic starts off with a collective meeting of super heroes including Hal Jordan, …
reviewed House of Suns. September 13, 2010
House of Suns
The amount of space outside our solar system is nearly unfathomable. When you think about the fastest traveling spacecraft humanity has ever built travels at 50,000km/hr (meaning it could travel from …
AmazonBasics Anti-Glare Screen Protector Film for
I've never used a screen protector before so I can't really compare to others or complain about features that may or may not be standard across all screen protectors. This review is solely the impression …
reviewed The Chopin Manuscript. March 01, 2010
The Chopin Manuscript
I always loved the game growing up where one kids started a story and then each person in the circle would continue it and take it in whatever direction he or she pleased. Such is the Chopin Manuscript, …
reviewed The Death of Superman. February 15, 2010
Death of Superman
In 1992 DC Comics killed off the superhero who brought comic books to their glory days. In a similar fashion, the death of Superman brought thousands upon thousands of new readers to the genre since Superman …
reviewed Death of Superman. February 15, 2010
Death of Superman
In 1992 DC Comics killed off the superhero who brought comic books to their glory days. In a similar fashion, the death of Superman brought thousands upon thousands of new readers to the genre since Superman …
reviewed Daemon. February 14, 2010
Daemon
Daemon has an irresistible premise: upon the death of computer mastermind, Matthew Sobol, a computer virus type is released that wreaks havoc on the technology based world. Spread out (unknowingly) over …
reviewed Deadhouse Gates: Book Two of The Mala.... February 11, 2010
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Having been utterly amazed by the world building and utterly disappointed in the story telling of Gardens of the Moon, I started Deadhouse Gates. Had it not been for the epic world building and the positive …
Deadhouse Gates (The Malazan Book of the Fallen,
Having been utterly amazed by the world building and utterly disappointed in the story telling of Gardens of the Moon, I started Deadhouse Gates. Had it not been for the epic world building and the positive …
The Tuloriad (The Legacy of the Aldenata)
The difficulties I had with The Tuloriad was simply because I had never read any of the previous installments. The authors drop the reader off right in the thick of the story with no background, explanation, …
reviewed Eat Sleep Sit: My Year at Japan's Mos.... December 16, 2009
Eat Sleep Sit: My Year at Japan's Most Rigorous
I finally finished Eat, Sleep, Sit. I have been slowly plugging away at it for several months and my neglect at finishing it was not because it was uninteresting or a terrible read (quite the contrary, …
reviewed The Last Thing I Remember. December 16, 2009
The Last Thing I Remember
I thought the premise of THE LAST THING I REMEMBER is intriguing, almost to the point of being irresistible. However, I found the delivery much to be desired. I do appreciate that this is more geared …
reviewed Eat Sleep Sit: My Year at Japan's Mos.... December 16, 2009
Eat Sleep Sit: My Year at Japan's Most Rigorous
I finally finished EAT, SLEEP, SIT. I have been slowly plugging away at it for several months and my neglect at finishing it was not because it was uninteresting or a terrible read (quite the contrary, …
reviewed A History of Violence (graphic novel). November 08, 2009
A History of Violence
   A History of Violence is one of the most provocative graphic novels I have read recently. Vince Locke's illustrations are edgy, raw, and unrefined; which adds to the overall feel of the story. …
reviewed Batman: The Man Who Laughs. October 26, 2009
Batman: The Man Who Laughs
I still cannot imagine for the life of me why DC Comics published these two Batman stories together in one volume, let alone why the volume was name The Man Who Laughs (other than the title story sharing …
reviewed Batman: The Man Who Laughs. October 25, 2009
Batman: The Man Who Laughs
I still cannot imagine for the life of me why DC Comics published these two Batman stories together in one volume, let alone why the volume was name The Man Who Laughs (other than the title story sharing …
reviewed The Hero of Ages: Book Three of Mistborn. October 20, 2009
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Let me just say this before I begin: if you even consider yourself halfway interested in fantasy and you have not read the Mistborn trilogy, you are doing yourself a disservice everyday that passes without …
The Hero of Ages: Book Three of Mistborn
Let me just say this before I begin: if you even consider yourself halfway interested in fantasy and you have not read the Mistborn trilogy, you are doing yourself a disservice everyday that passes without …
reviewed Joker (graphic novel). October 15, 2009
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The premise of Joker is nearly unbelievable; however, given that premise, the story is believable beyond a shadow of doubt. Joker, in Joker, is in prime form, after being released from Arkham Asylum (for …
reviewed Joker (graphic novel). October 15, 2009
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The premise of Joker is nearly unbelievable; however, given that premise, the story is believable beyond a shadow of doubt. Joker, in Joker, is in prime form, after being released from Arkham Asylum (for …
reviewed Making it Legal: A Guide to Same-Sex .... October 13, 2009
First of all, I am heterosexual. I picked up this book because being knowledgeable about LGBTQ issues is important to me. I found this resource extremely easy to read, well organized, and packed from …
Making it Legal: A Guide to Same-Sex Marriage,
First of all, I am heterosexual. I picked up this book because being knowledgeable about LGBTQ issues is important to me. I found this resource extremely easy to read, well organized, and packed from …
reviewed Surviving Disaster. October 04, 2009
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Before I review the television show, Surviving Disaster on SpikeTV, let me begin by saying by virtue of my job on a college campus I have seen countless emergency preparedness videos, been involved in …
reviewed Slammer. October 04, 2009
Slammer
I can see the appeal of this book and I can see how some people would like it; however, I hardly enjoyed it at all. The premise is solid, but underdeveloped. The terrorizing from the inmates to the guard …
reviewed Convertibles in Hawaii. October 03, 2009
You can't deny a convertible in Hawaii!
I just got back from a week long trip to Oahu, Hawaii. I must say, I don't think I have ever had a better consecutive seven days in my entire life; but that is neither here nor there. The point of …
reviewed Slammer. October 03, 2009
Slammer
I can see the appeal of this book and I can see how some people would like it; however, I hardly enjoyed it at all. The premise is solid, but underdeveloped. The terrorizing from the inmates to the guard …
reviewed The Well of Ascension. September 30, 2009
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With The Final Empire (Mistborn book one) being one of the best fantasy novels I have read in the past five years, my hopes were high for the continued success of this fantasy world. Needless to say, …
reviewed Gardens of the Moon: Book One of The .... September 30, 2009
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First of all, for all the Malazan fanboys out there, let me say this: I get it; I really do. I recognize that many (if not most) of the Malazan cult followers will say that Gardens of the Moon is the …
The Well of Ascension (Mistborn, Book 2)
With The Final Empire (Mistborn book one) being one of the best fantasy novels I have read in the past five years, my hopes were high for the continued success of this fantasy world. Needless to say, …
Gardens of the Moon (Malazan Book of the Fallen)
First of all, for all the Malazan fanboys out there, let me say this: I get it; I really do. I recognize that many (if not most) of the Malazan cult followers will say that Gardens of the Moon is the …
reviewed Ball Peen Hammer. September 22, 2009
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Ball Peen Hammer, by Adam Rapp, is an average graphic novel on a good day. The story follows two former (and separated) lovers in a destructive and despair ridden world as they try and survive. Other …
reviewed Ball Peen Hammer. September 22, 2009
Ball Peen Hammer
Ball Peen Hammer, by Adam Rapp, is an average graphic novel on a good day. The story follows two former (and separated) lovers in a destructive and despair ridden world as they try and survive. Other …
reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. September 16, 2009
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Note: This review of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn references the second edition of "A Case Study in Critical Controversy" published by Bedford/St. Martin in 2004 (ISBN-10: 0-312-40029-2, …
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Case Studies
I've always said if a book has been banned and I haven't read it, I must be doing something wrong. Luckily enough, I had read "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" before, and for the life of me I couldn't …
reviewed Mind Prey. September 08, 2009
Mind Prey
Note: This review was originally written on September 5, 2005. As such, there have been other editions to the Prey series that are, in the reviewers opinion, better than this one, thus rendering the title …
reviewed A Million Little Pieces. September 06, 2009
A Million Little Pieces
I recommend this book to anyone. I am definitely glad that I read it. However, before reading it I suggest you step out of the mindset that it is fiction or non-fiction. I really don't care and I am not …
reviewed Velocity. September 06, 2009
Velocity
To begin with I should point out that this is the first Dean Koontz book I have read. I was not dissappointed and am sure that I will read a few more soon enough.       I read "Velocity" …
reviewed Kakuro To Go. September 06, 2009
Kakuro To Go
I am an avid sudoku puzzler. Looking for something new to try I decided to pick-up this book to give me my first Kakuro experience. I read plenty of reviews of other products, but when I got to my local …
reviewed The World's Greatest Paper Airplane a.... September 06, 2009
The World's Greatest Paper Airplane and Toy Book
This is probably one of the greatest books I ever got as a gift growing up as a child. There are 40 different airplane instructions and 10 toy instructions. The airplanes truly are the highlight of this …
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