Very rarely does a sequel come a long to best its progenitor. Why? Well, it seems to me one reason is a lot of sequels try to ride the coat-tails of the original. But then you descend into a kind of formulaic presentation where you’ve basically already read the story, just some of the names […]
Yes, the homage. Not “based on”. Not a “reboot”. But the entire work rewritten chapter by chapter for the present. I’m not going to give much away, but I will add the occasional quote… After Upham went below Haab stood for a while gazing after him, looking at nothing. Then she used the intercom and […]
I can’t say much about the story of Death Cramps My Style, by Kristopher Hoffman, without spoiling the fun. Let’s just say that some down-to-earth characters, Evil, Feral, and Timber who think the supernatural is nonsense, find out they were premature in their judgement. The characters are quirky, but believable, and I found myself caring […]
With the events of “All Good Things..” still fresh in his mind, Captain Picard is tasked with the dubious task of aiding in the entry into the Federation a species that needs a serious lesson in the value of individual lives.
Check out my review of Eldridge’s first misread, The MisreadBible: Genesis.
Sensitive about your Christianity? I have two action items:
- don’t read this review
- don’t buy this book
here comes the dawn, again
Every time I watch this film, I feel like I’ve lost a best friend. I waver like a photon, unable to decide if I’m a wave (Withnail) or a particle (I).
off the coast of Japan
she put her hand upon my back
unfettered, she sd