Page Turner: Will Save the Galaxy for Food

I finally got my hands on Will Save the Galaxy for Food a few months back, It was surprisingly difficult to get it but I finally found a copy in Forbidden Planet. I am so glad I managed to get it, as this book is brilliant! Will Save the Galaxy for Food by Yahtzee Croshaw follows a struggling Star... Continue Reading →

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Page Turner: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody

It has been a decent while since the last time I have written a Page Turner ramble, but that is because most of the books I have been reading lately are either true crime books or Agatha Christie. But just a few days ago I finished the first volume of Death March to the Parallel World... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Overlord

Imagine if you could enter a fantasy world as an overpowered skeletal lord. Well, Momonga doesn't have to. Written by Kugane Maruyama, Overlord starts off as a long time player of the MMORPG Yggdrasil stays online on the final day of the game server before it is shut down. However, when the game world ends he finds himself in it... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Disaster Artist

Ever wondered what the hell was going on behind the scenes of The Room? Well, thanks to Greg Sestero (Oh, hi Mark) we now know. The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made is the tell-all book Greg wrote about the catastrophe that was the filming of Tommy Wiseau's movie.... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Howl’s Moving Castle

Before I begin, I just want to say that this ramble is dedicated to my dear friend, Eilidh. Happy Birthday, fellow bookworm! I'm sorry I can't be there to celebrate with you, but I hope you have a wonderful day! Every Monday morning I work a four-hour voluntary shift at my local charity shop, which... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Harmony

Every now and then, I stumble across a book that really makes an impact on me. I might devour books, but for the most part, they don’t tend to have a long-lasting aftertaste. Harmony, by Project Itoh, is an exception. Last year I saw a film called The Empire of Corpses at Scotland Love Animation... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Star Trek Novels

Well folks, Star Trek month coming to a close. So this will be my last Star Trek ramble for a wee while since Halloween is coming up this blog will be filled with Halloween tricks and treats so stay tuned to this frequency for that. For the last ramble for Star Trek month, I decided to... Continue Reading →

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