Overall, I was engaged every minute through Doug’s book and I would highly recommend it to any video game fan. Hell, even the young’uns out there who think strategy has always been found on YouTube might enjoy this piece of what is quickly becoming history.
The style is unmistakably Crichton, and for someone who thought I was done with his collection, Easy Go was a welcome surprise.
From a Certain Point of View by Elizabeth Schaefer My rating: 3 of 5 stars Star Wars fiction has always been a mixed bag, and the same is true of this collection. The concept behind From a Certain Point of View is wonderful: iconic moments from A New Hope, told from the eyes of ancillary … Continue reading From a Certain Point of View – A Review in Brief
John Dies at the End by David Wong My rating: 5 of 5 stars When a book starts out with two young dudes fighting a monster made of deli cuts and spewing sausages, you know you're going to have a good time. From the first few pages, John Dies at the End had me repeatedly … Continue reading John Dies at the End – A Review in Brief
The Tommyknockers by Stephen KingMy rating: 3 of 5 starsThe Tommyknockers has moments of greatness, but suffers from the same problem as some of King's other works; it's just too damned long. There were parts of the story that had me rapt, engaged, and wanting to know what happens next, but then there were also … Continue reading The Tommyknockers – A Review in Brief