Book Review – Iron Gold by Pierce Brown

Pierce Brown's Red Rising trilogy ended a couple years ago, but the author has returned to his high concept sci-fi tale in an intriguing first chapter of a new trilogy. Where the Red Rising trilogy followed a slave revolution across the solar system, Iron Gold picks up a decade after the events of the trilogy …
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Maze Runner: The Death Cure

… paying enough attention to its acronym, is determined to sacrifice the lives of kids who are immune to a world-destroying virus in order to find a cure. … In many ways, The Death Cure represents the death knell of the YA dystopian sci-fi/adventure/romance book series adaptation craze kick-started by …
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DJI Mavic Air hands-on review

Roughly the size of a smartphone in width and height, the Mavic Air is about as thick as a small paperback book, and relatively lightweight. According to DJI, the Mavic Air is 41 percent lighter and half the size of the Mavic Pro. Its arms fold in, with a stronger hinge design. However, unlike the propellers …
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Black Lightning: “LaWanda: The Book of Hope”

Black Lightning continues its forward momentum by exploring the tragic story of LaWanda White (Tracey Bonner) and her quest to save her daughter from The One Hundred. The series feels relevant, by echoing the harsh truth that some communities don't feel like the police have their best interests in …
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Black Lightning Episode 2 Review — Lawanda: The Book of Hope

For Black Lightning, that episode is "Lawanda: Book of Hope," which picks up in the immediate aftermath of the resurrection of Black Lightning… which everyone is talking and thinking about it. This obviously includes Jefferson Pierce, who is still trying to determine the best way he can serve his …
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Book Review: The Hate U Give (No spoilers)

screen-shot-2018-01-22-at-8-30- Favorite Quote: "Sometimes you can do everything right and things will still go wrong. The key is to never stop doing right.” Brief description: The Hate U Give is about a sixteen year old girl living in a poor area, yet going to school in a more affluent area as she struggles …
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Book Review: A Murder of Manatees, the Return of Tom Stranger

Every once in a while, I come across a book, comic, show, or movie that I just can't properly explain. The series premiere of Happy! on Syfy was one of those things. The first issue of The Boys by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson was another… I see a trend there. Recently I got to listen to the …
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