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There Are Only Three Certainties In Life – Death, Taxes And High School

It is September 1979, the start of a new school year and you know what that means; the buses are fuelled to the brim, the kids are fully charged, old friends are reunited, and teachers have their red felt pen ready for harsh criticism. All Oliver “Boo” Dalrymple wants to do is walk through the … Continue reading

Like Life and Weather, A Child is Completely Unpredictable

I will start this review by letting you all know that this is not my first Keith Donohue book. I previously read the critically-acclaimed The Stolen Child which brought faerie changelings to the forefront as replacement children in their happy families. Despite the positive response I didn’t feel as strongly about that book as the … Continue reading

I See Dead BFF’s

“The sound cuts off, and Carly stares at the dead phone like she wants to crush it in her fist. Thunder shakes the house again, and a flash of lightning illuminates the shabby living room. Suddenly everything seems very still. The wind goes silent. Our eyes meet in the dim light. We both know, deep … Continue reading

Hey Girl, Are You From Japan? Cause You Got Anime-zing Body

“He’s this complete goon with zero imagination or creativity. He’s always sitting on my dreams and telling me to fall in line. Like I could ever be happy as a corporate lackey. Just cause he’s traded in his dreams for financial security doesn’t mean I have to. He’s like this pigeon spending his life eating … Continue reading

Picture My Face On The Front Of A 100$ Bill

“She waved her hands assertively as she spoke, as if she was a choreographer directing ballet dancers, or a conductor leading a symphony orchestra. Remey realized he was standing next to someone who possessed a higher degree of intelligence than he could attain, even with his expensive, privileged education at Phillips Exeter Academy and Yale … Continue reading

You Can’t Fit A Round Peg In A Red Square Hole

Captain Dominika Eragova is a Red Sparrow, famously trained in the art of seduction making her, much to “man”kind’s chagrin the ultimate tease, and she is damn good at it too. Sparrows would utilize their prowess as seductresses of the state to further the strategic goals of their home country. Sex and spying were melded … Continue reading

A True Story Of Perpetual Grappling Of Good Vs. Evil From Beyond The Grave

“We must never forget that the record on which we judge these men today is the record on which history will judge us tomorrow.” Justice Robert H. Jackson, Chief U.S. Prosecutor, Nuremburg For the realization of a “Greater Serbia”, the ends must justify the means. Prisoners of war being tortured, rape, forced into slave labour,looting,destruction … Continue reading

Love Served Five Ways, I Think I’m Full

‚ÄúThis is the truth: we all desire to conquer the comely one, because it affirms our own worth. Speaking for the men of the world, we want to own the beauty of the woman we’re fucking. We want to grasp that beauty, tightly in our greedy little fingers, to well and truly possess it, to … Continue reading

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