[Reviews] Rollers of the RealmJust the sort of game you'd probably try playing if you always wished Pinball Quest got a sequel.
[Reviews] Disney PlanesIf your kids like flying games and the Wii U, this one is a no-brainer. Otherwise, probably not so much.
A few years ago, I started reading "Changes" by Jim Butcher, and then I quit. I had read every book in the series up to that point, and I had enjoyed all of them to varying degrees, but I didn't make it very far into the next book before I lost interest. That was a mistake.
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Once I finished the latest novel from Sue Grafton, I was left with no Kinsey Millhone stories to read unless I turned my attention toward a short story collection, "Kinsey and Me: Stories." This I did with some reluctance, since the short story is not my favorite format. However, I was hopeful that Grafton's talents would work in smaller doses. The good news is that in several cases, they very much did.
Going into " W Is for Wasted," the most recent novel in the Alphabet Mysteries series that features sleuth Kinsey Millhone, I knew surprisingly little about the plot. "Two dead men changed the course of my life that fall…" read the only plot summary provided on the paperback's rear cover, which is also the first sentence in the brief prologue.
[Chatter] Nakaimo: My Little Sister is Among Them (Episode 1)
Shougo Mikadono has the sort of problems most teen guys can only dream about...
[Fiction] Getting Worse
Short fiction about a family that is getting ready to leave for a funeral service.
[Chatter] What's so great about freelancing for HonestGamers?
Not all sites that want you to write for free are created equal.
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