Book Review: Frost by M.P. Kozlowky

Review: Frost by M.P. Kozlowsky Genre: YA Scifi Dystopia This was one of those books I picked up after seeing the cover. A single, robotic hand holding a rose that appeared to be melting from a metallic form into a true state all set against a grey background. Simple. Striking. Upon reading the description (seeContinue reading “Book Review: Frost by M.P. Kozlowky”

Book Review: The Bad Guys Series

Note: This review is for 6 books in the middle grade graphic novels. Review: The Bad Guys by Aaron Blabey From my next to last post, one can figure out that seeing the writer at an event sparked my interest in reading these books for myself rather than catching the occasional scene as my sonContinue reading “Book Review: The Bad Guys Series”

Book Review: Lost Connections by Johann Hari

Book Review: Lost Connections Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression – and the Unexpected Solutions by Johann Hari Every so often there comes a book that is simply transformative. It’s a book that not only touches you deeply, but shakes you to your core. After listening to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast featuring writer Johann Hari,Continue reading “Book Review: Lost Connections by Johann Hari”

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

*SPOILERS AHEAD* (although realistically it’s been long enough since its release… read it already!) It pains me. I love Harry Potter. The fact that my wife has been reading the saga aloud to our son of late has also emboldened that love once again. And riding off that fandom, I chose to finally read HarryContinue reading “Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”

Review: Spy of the First Person – by Sam Shepard

I was perusing the library for something new to read. The one novel that I am reading now isn’t/wasn’t holding my attention, but not enough to give up and move onto something else entirely. I was after something to break up the story. To reinvigorate me. As I walked past the “New Fiction” section, IContinue reading “Review: Spy of the First Person – by Sam Shepard”