If you ever wondered what it’d be like if Kate Daniels and Curran the Pig-Wolf are X-Men, here you go. Enjoy.
Why do I have this feeling that I am in competition with the author for the affections of her hero?
Christopher Nolan wastes almost 3 hours to show that women are horrible emotional creatures. If you take them to space, don’t bring them back.
The heroine of this Regency-era romance is an actress. Don’t get too excited, the song and dance is the same old one.
A tabletop game is a tabletop game, and a novel is a novel. Now, I just need someone to tell me what Nightblade wants to be.
The hero is a spy! The heroine is a spy too! Everyone’s a spy now, because “spy” clearly has no meaning anymore.
Hot fireman love! Sexy burning hot romance! None of which you will find in this waste of time!
Guy who can’t trust women ends up mistrusting the woman that has fallen in love with him. Shocking, isn’t it?
A white dude decides to write stories about the racism and what not in Malaysia. That takes balls, shame about the middling result.
Is Ouija a flat and boring movie not worth my time and money? The pointer says: YES! YES! YES!
After Effect proves that the most terrifying thing in a horror movie is the budget cut.
Third book in a row, and Pamela Yaye is still not done with thin and beautiful women. They are all skanks! Kill them all!
Candace Shaw’s Kimani debut is as lively as the newest arrival in the neighborhood morgue. Zzzzzz…
Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery! He’s dumb, cruel, and melodramatic… just perfect for the histrionic idiot martyr heroine.
Another washed-up boyband trying to come back. Can’t blame them, but they could put more effort into it.
It’s a sexy romantic anthology that isn’t sexy or romantic. Let’s Dim the Lights out of shame, then?
Of all the vampires in movies, the dude in Dracula Untold may be the most tragic pushover of them all.
Tortuous writing and inadequate illustrations make this one a rather peculiar read. Good luck getting kids to enjoy the walls of text!
“Your Planet Needs You!” says Dave Reay. A nice sentiment, but asking kids to get Mum and Dad to move to a house with wind turbines? Yes, that will work.
Fake engagement is a staple of the genre, but it still needs to make sense. And Vivienne Lorret’s Daring Miss Danvers makes no sense at all, so… fail?