https://youtu.be/_ICgJGGjrzA And here's the script to the video: I strongly advise you watch and not just read through, as some elements are dependent on video context. Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking just looking at the title – this video is going to be a whole lot of complaining! You couldn’t be more wrong.... Continue Reading →
THE DEMOLISHED MAN BY ALFRED BESTER (Book Review) | Reading The Hugos
Old science fiction! It can be endlessly entertaining in wholly unintentional ways—I owe linguistic drift alone for more than a few chuckles as I explored the very first novel awarded the Hugo for best sci-fi, all the way back in 1953. Despite certain antiquated notions, The Demolished Man made for exciting reading and I can see why it still holds a place in the science fictional canon.
The Little Sister by Raymond Chandler – Book Review
This is my penultimate Philip Marlowe novel and I am so happy with it, you guys. The Little Sister is as self-reflective, exhausted and close to broken that I've seen Raymond Chandler's PI get. He's not having an easy time with what promised to be a simple enough missing person case, full of deceptive femme... Continue Reading →
The Enemy by Lee Child – Book Review (Jack Reacher #08)
Child rarely goes back all the way to Reacher's military career but this one tackles a pair of decisive moments for everyone's favourite army policeman, one personal and the other one professional, both coinciding and intertwining in ways that change Reacher forever. The Enemy sees Major Jack Reacher of the US Army welcoming the New... Continue Reading →
Remedy Entertainment’s Control Does Telekinesis Right!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXCBODikVRQ Control does telekinesis in just the right way, making you feel powerful in so many different ways! That's why I decided to tell you about the 5 ways in which Control has excelled in making TK an enormous amount of fun and exactly what Remedy Entertainment promised when it unveiled this game during E3... Continue Reading →
Book Recommendation: Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer
I enjoyed my time with Annihilation. The plot of the novel takes place in Area X, a self-contained environment quite capable of winning the 2015 Nebula award for science fiction. More important, Area X is home to a mysterious tower that goes not up, but down into the ground. This tower houses unusual, even alien... Continue Reading →