[Reviews] Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack (Xbox 360)My (slightly disappointed) take on the Xbox 360 port of the indie platformer originally released on Vita in 2012.
[Reviews] Crimson JoySpenser and Susan will have to work together if they want to catch a deadly serial killer with a thing for flowers.
You won't see Spenser at his best, but a run-of-the-mill Spenser novel is still a more than decent read.
If Robert B. Parker ever wrote a novel on auto-pilot that still managed to show his beloved character (that's the Boston private investigator, Spenser) doing what he does best, then that novel is " Pale Kings and Princes." Here, you'll find all of the stuff that makes the series such a delight to read, perfectly arranged with all of the boxes checked. The result is an enjoyable romp, despite not being a particularly challenging one.
The thirteenth Spenser novel is neither as exciting nor as exotic as its title suggests, but it's still not bad.
When last readers of the Spenser series of novels saw April Kyle at the end of "Celebration," she was headed along a path that represented the lesser of two evils, sent that direction with a reluctant and enabling blessing by Spenser and his friend, Susan Silverman. In " Taming a Sea-Horse," readers and Spenser learn where that path took the girl.
Parker drops Spenser in the middle of a personal quest on a large scale, and the results are mostly very good but not spectacular.
The twelfth Spenser novel is called " A Catskill Eagle," and it's another one that feels quite a bit different from the typical one to come before it. The story this time around begins as Spenser receives a letter from his estranged lady friend, Susan, who is living in California and deciding whether she might love another man more than she does Spenser.
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