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Category Archive: Geek Lit.

Book Review and Casting Call: ‘One of Us is Lying’ (2017)

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One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus is a Young Adult mystery novel about five high-schoolers who go to detention and one does not make it out alive. The novel is… Continue reading

Book Review: Mr. Splitfoot by Samantha Hunt

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In the haunting and addictive novel Mr. Splitfoot, author Samantha Hunt tells two alternating stories, tied together by a character in two stages of her life. As a teenager, Ruth suffered being raised… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Ray Bradbury

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When it comes to science fiction, fantasy, and horror in the literary world there seems to be one name which stands above so many others, Ray Bradbury. Originally from America’s Midwest, Bradbury is… Continue reading

5 Awesome Nonfiction Science Reads

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I’m Jamie and I like science. I also like reading about science, which can certainly be boring and difficult if you choose the wrong sources. So today I bring you five different nonfiction… Continue reading

Book Review and Casting Call: ‘The Wicked Deep’ (2018)

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The Wicked Deep is the first novel by Shea Ernshaw. It tells the story of the Oregon town of Sparrow, which suffers from a deadly curse each year. In the 19th century three… Continue reading

Book Review: I’ll be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamra

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Beginning in the late 1970’s a rapist and serial killer preyed on innocent victims around Southern California. He was given many nicknames, but for a while the one that stuck the most was,… Continue reading

Book Review: Doctor Who “Rose”, by Russell T Davies

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Russell T Davies returns to Doctor Who, resurrecting his resurrection for a new novelisation.

Reading Lists for the Hogwarts Houses

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I really love reading. I love books, I love exploring new authors and genres, and I love making lists. I also love Harry Potter. When you put all of these interests together, what… Continue reading

The Haunting of Hill House: A Retrospective

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The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson Published in 1959, the book was a finalist for the National Book Award. The story follows a group of people who are staying at an… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Universal Harvester’ by John Darnielle

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Singer John Darniellereleased his follow-up to 2014’s Wolf in the White Van, and it has garnered mixed reactions from around the reading world. This new book Universal Harvester follows three separate plots in… Continue reading