My Copy: 9780812589047 (image from abebooks.com) I've read this book at least half a dozen times. I was having a very blah week and picked this up again. It's always worth reading. I can read it in less than two days easily because I still don't want to put it down. Ender's Game refers to a … Continue reading Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card
This question has been bothering me for a long time. Seriously, North Korea has to be the creepiest freaking place on the planet at the moment. I'd rather time-travel to a combat zone in WW2 for a month than be in today's North Korea for a day. Safe to say, this nation and it's place … Continue reading #051–Pandora’s Box is Open: Do our leaders really think they can de-nuclearize North Korea?
My Copy: 9780312868857 (image from aintitcoolnews.com) Just one more day until Halloween...muahahahaha! Another book blogger put this book on my radar with her top 10 scariest books list. I hadn't heard of Hell House, but when I heard Stephen King praise it as the "scariest haunted house novel ever written," then I had to take … Continue reading Hell House, by Richard Matheson
Okay the image was actually from Return to Oz, but I like the look of Jack Pumpkinhead too much not to use it. There's something about the holidays that I just hate, and they come and go with the seasons. I'm annoyed by most holidays and wish we didn't make such a big deal about … Continue reading 5 (okay, 6) Reasons why Halloween is my favorite commercialized holiday
(edited to correct a link) I've seen these around, but never got a chance to figure out what they were. Well, Andrew at Life between 0 and 1 nominated me this time around, and I wanted to take the time to peruse what it was about. It's simple: according to the creator Okoto Enigma, it's … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award–groovy