Stewart goes all-in on the supernatural, leaving no question about the supernatural nature of the events of the story. The reader is up to their eyeballs in a hard-core fantasy revenge story that sweeps across the centuries like a blood feud.
Tie your camera to a helium balloon—if only the string had broken and the camera got lost in the ocean.
She startled awake from a terrific clap of thunder, from a dream of being dragged into an abyss, a bottomless deep, devoid of light, where a merciless presence dragged her down with tentacled indifference
The Dream Journal of J.D. Solomon will challenge you. Yes, on the surface it’s a literate comedy, but there is so much more going on beneath the surface.
In conclusion, you’re never supposed to say “in conclusion” in your conclusion. That is to say, the book is funny, an entertaining ride, and well worth your time.
A. J. Cameron’s Productive Remote Working: Strategies for Success promises a short, concise introduction to strategies the reader can employ to achieve a successful career working from home.
And how this snow-filled thing moved, how to describe that? It did not walk, but instead seemed to blink and flash: now to the left a metre, now forward half that. Now back a blink, then forward even further, making erratic but constant progress towards the figure on the ground behind her.
While first coming off as a coming-of-age story, Resonance turns from this trope early on, becoming something far more sinister, with a side of supernatural trappings.
A tantalizing glimpse at a post-meaning reality Cara Lynn Carter’s Coherence: A Hard Sci-Fi Thriller tells the story of human diplomats traveling from their home planet and meeting with other civilizations, a bit like the Star Trek trope of meeting new life and civilizations. They work at the behest of their society’s artificial intelligence, which […]
No, no, don’t do that. Salt the earth and turn away, Klingon-style, arms inveigh. Even as a cautionary tale I am fail. Put no marker on my grave. Like a pop song on the radio Let me fade to black, until Some engineer flips that switch to still. I have no things to teach, No […]