Fuse 2013: Julianna Baggott Book Review

Fuse is the sequel to it's post apocalyptic predecessor where the world has been ravaged by a bio-weapon and the sole survivors are left either scarred fused with animals or objects or dead, or kept perfectly safe in the tyranny dictatorship that is the Dome. The book continues with Patridge (a pure) and Pressia (a … Continue reading Fuse 2013: Julianna Baggott Book Review

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In The Tall Grass: 2019 Film Review

*spoiler alert* In the Tall Grass is the 2019 Netflix Original adaptation of 2012 book by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill, where in this adaptation, a large field of grass is able to adapt and manipulate time and space to cause chaos and destruction to anybody who is lured into it. Cal (Avery … Continue reading In The Tall Grass: 2019 Film Review

Skin 2019: Liam Brown Book Review

Synopsis: Skin is the new age apocalypse encapsulated. Gone were the days where zombies; frothed at the mouth, space ships made you cower for your life as loved ones are obliterated or extreme weather shifts create ice-ages or scorching unlivable heats . The new killer is each other. A new virus has swept the world … Continue reading Skin 2019: Liam Brown Book Review

Part-Time Working Mummy, Patchwork Family 2018: By Rachaele Hambleton Book Review

Blurb THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Want to know the truth about what life is like as a mum and step-mum with a chaotic patchwork family?This book is everything I've been through that's made me who I am, plus the lessons I've learned from many mistakes. I hope that it will make you laugh as well as give you … Continue reading Part-Time Working Mummy, Patchwork Family 2018: By Rachaele Hambleton Book Review

Nemesis 2017: Brendan Reichs Book Review

'Noah and Min are from two completely separate walks of life but both, unbeknownst to each other, share one traumatising experience every other year on their birthdays. Each alternate birthday is plagued with a murderous man in a suit who stops at nothing until they are dead, then they just wake up. Alive and well … Continue reading Nemesis 2017: Brendan Reichs Book Review

Alita: Battle Angel: Film Review 2019

My fiancee suggested watching Alita: Battle Angel a couple of weeks ago and after watching the trailer was convinced that it would not be up my street. The strong sci-fi lead character has become a quite trendy film topic to go for the last couple of years, which is everything that I want, but has … Continue reading Alita: Battle Angel: Film Review 2019

Junk 1996: Melvin Burgess Book Review

Everybody has a few of those books; that even though they've read and reread them when when other options are lacking, their comfort reads are no. one go to's and never get dull even after the pages are worn and most have been folded down and up again. When I moved out of my parents … Continue reading Junk 1996: Melvin Burgess Book Review

Pure 2012: Julianna Baggott Book Review

Pure is a dystopian horror trilogy where a purposeful tragic event leaves the entire world destitute apart from one small area of the globe where everybody was either murdered, heavily scarred or fused with anything near when cowering for their lives. The only survivors were those who set off the initial chain of events and … Continue reading Pure 2012: Julianna Baggott Book Review