I had meant to publish this review earlier this Monday, but only managed to complete it now on Friday the 13th... so... Please enjoy!
A mini-critique of a troublesome problem that I noticed.
I would not be surprised if this is the most in-depth research on Aztec philosophy thus far.
An honest review.
JK Rowling may really have set-up Nagini being a human from the start and the proof is in Book 6, Half-blood Prince. The "Secrets of Dumbledore" might be setting up a plot twist on Voldemort's origin involving her.
I had hoped to get one of the Nocturne Analyses done by now, but I’m going through many life changes and I unfortunately can’t finish them up prior to the end of this year. This year has gone by so fast for me with so many major life-changes, that I’m honestly quite shocked by how … Continue reading A Farewell to 2021 and a glance at the few books I read this Year:
What is the point of writing sexual scenarios, but not having the maturity to show scenes of either sexual intimacy or sexual violence? This is an absolute failure of a book.
This book is so dull and boring that I had to stop and watch a porn flick on Netflix to help get through it.
First and foremost, this had to be one of the worst formatted books I have ever had the displeasure to read on Kindle. What kind of idiot decides to make every chapter into a shortened font size with exclusively Bold text? This was an eyesore to read. If, like me, you’re still curious and wish … Continue reading Religion is Dying by James A. Haught is a Poorly Formatted Mess
The Myth of the Dying Church by Glenn T. Stanton is a trainwreck of exaggerated claims, bigotry towards Christians, and an appeal to Collective Insanity.
Massive Spoilers for the Attack on Titan Manga within.
Despite contemporary books, like Elizabeth Miller’s The Dracula Handbook, rightfully pointing out clear failures in connecting Bram Stoker’s supposed knowledge with the historic Vlad Dracula and – to a lesser extent – pointing out certain historic inaccuracies regarding supposed Dracula Castles, I found this to be an enjoyable read overall. The only other criticism I’d … Continue reading In Search of Dracula by Raymond T. McNally and Radu Florescu
Flawed, but ultimately a good read.
If anyone picked this up, read the first three chapters, and concluded that it was all rubbish then they would be well within their rights to do so. While there is a good display of competence and critique in the latter 6 chapters, they’re spaced quite horribly and jarring to read.
Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents The Unofficial Guide to Shin Megami Tensei and Persona Kindle Edition is an Unreadable Disappointment
Evidently, the only lie about this woman’s tortures of innocent little girls was the claim about bathing in their blood. That was made-up approximately 100 years after her death. Everything else about her tortures seems credible.
One of the perks of a Pandemic is I managed to finish reading longer books this year.
I need to bleach my brains out from the sheer stupidity that I just read. I can only blame myself for having the curiosity to read this dumpster fire. Alas, for every Nietzsche, Gautama Buddha, and Hitchens; there’ll be a Ludovici, a Jesus Christ, and an Armin Navabi.
“Beware the irrational, however seductive. Shun the 'transcendent' and all who invite you to subordinate or annihilate yourself. Distrust compassion; prefer dignity for yourself and others. Don't be afraid to be thought arrogant or selfish. Picture all experts as if they were mammals. Never be a spectator of unfairness or stupidity. Seek out argument and disputation for their own sake; the grave will supply plenty of time for silence. Suspect your own motives, and all excuses. Do not live for others any more than you would expect others to live for you.” - Christopher Hitchens
A brilliant sequel to a brilliant story.