Book Review: “The Silver Eyes (Five Nights at Freddy’s)” by Scott Cawthon & Kira Breed-Wrisley

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When Scott Cawthon created the Five Nights at Freddy's first-person horror game and released it in 2014, it gained popularity exponentially.  It gathered so much attention that Cawthon released several sequels and spin-offs in quick succession. The franchise also spurred various merchandise and two novel adaptations, the first being The Silver Eyes. The original game's premise was that the … Continue reading Book Review: “The Silver Eyes (Five Nights at Freddy’s)” by Scott Cawthon & Kira Breed-Wrisley

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Book Review: “Black Rain” by Matthew B. J. Delaney

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In a futuristic world where individuals are separated as "Naturals" and "Synthates," Matthew B. J. Delaney's Black Rain examines the subject of human cruelty. Naturals are human beings just like you and I, while Synthates are artificially synthesized humans created by us. It's the same old trope used in many dystopian stories, especially when dealing with … Continue reading Book Review: “Black Rain” by Matthew B. J. Delaney

Book Review: The Unbroken Line of the Moon by Johanne Hildebrandt

Johanne Hildebrandt's The Unbroken Line of the Moon is a historical fiction story of a Nordic war between the Vikings and the Christians during the 10th century. In the English-translated version, it is listed as the first book of The Vahalla series. It can get a little confusing because in the original Swedish version of the series, Sagan om Valhalla, it … Continue reading Book Review: The Unbroken Line of the Moon by Johanne Hildebrandt