Category Archives: Review

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: Objective/Subjective Dualism

I just finished reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Persig in which the main character pretty much goes insane due to his belief that ‘quality’ is the source of both the subjective and objective world because, by … Continue reading

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Publication Update and Advanced Reader Copies

After yet another cover image was declined (the one in the previous post), the release date of my book has been delayed until a third cover has been created. So this time I’m getting a proper, non-inhouse artist to do … Continue reading

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Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne by Brian Staveley [Trilogy Review]

Also known as The Emperor’s Blade trilogy after the first book in the series, this is another great fantasy epic I plan on adding to my top fantasy list. I read book one back when it was first released in … Continue reading

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Why eXistenZ is the Best Gaming Movie

David Cronenberg is a pretty well known director, his fame and style having been passed onto the younger generation from the term used for the freakish mutants in Rick & Morty. Despite being one of his later films, eXistenZ was … Continue reading

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LitRPG Podcast: Back in the Game Review

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Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan [Book Review]

The best book I read in 2016, which is about to be adapted into a Netflix series, Altered Carbon is for any fan of sci-fi like Ghost in the Shell or hard-boiled 1st-person narratives like the Dresden Files. Being a week away … Continue reading

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Grandia [Game Review]

Although graphics-wise it has aged about as well as most classic Playstation JRPGs such as Xenogears, Breath of Fire IV and FFVII, Grandia is a great fantasy adventure game that I had the pleasure to play through more than once during … Continue reading

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