"Kids vs Monsters" reviewed by Tracy Bee on October 15, 2022

Your Name: 
Tracy Bee   
Title: 
Kids vs Monsters   
Author: 
Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki, director   
This is a: 
movie   
Your Review: 
Don't be fooled by the presence of Malcolm McDowell and Lance Henriksen in this film. Possibly intended to be satire, it's just offensive with terrible stereotypes, terrible dialogue, terrible effects, terrible plot, terrible characters. Sensitive kids will be upset when the obnoxious teen characters are unambiguously killed off. It's too immature for teens, but the violence is to intense for pre-teens. Not even good in a bad way, just bad. Possibly the worst film I've ever seen.    
Rate Your Read: 
1
Average: 1 (1 vote)
   

"Good Omens" reviewed by Lucian Coley on June 4, 2022

Your Name: 
Lucian Coley   
Title: 
Good Omens   
Author: 
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
I've read this book about a million times, and it never gets old. One of my favorite books ever, it combines a bit of fantasy, some drama, a tiny bit of realistic fiction and two absolutely wonderful main characters, to create a hilarious romp through Armageddon. In the story, an angel and a demon, who, despite their obvious hereditary differences have become friends, try to prevent Armageddon, unbeknownst to their respective sides. Actually, they've both become rather fond of Earth. The only problem? Someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist. Just dancing around religious blasphemy, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett have created a story for the ages. My only complaint? The obvious romantic feelings between the angel and the demon are never discussed. THEY NEVER KISS. Whatttt? Anyway, happy reading!   
Rate Your Read: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
   
Good Omens   

"Dark Nights: Metal: the deluxe edition" reviewed by Lukas Langjahr on April 28, 2022

Your Name: 
Lukas Langjahr   
Title: 
Dark Nights: Metal: the deluxe edition   
Author: 
Scott Snyder    
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
I just love this book! I have read it multiple times and I just can't get enough of it. The union between Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo is just perfect for this momentous comic event in DC history. Definitely a read to remember.   
Rate Your Read: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
   

"210 Traditional Quilt Blocks: Each Block Is Explained With Step By Step Pictures" reviewed by Christine Carver on August 23, 2021

Your Name: 
Christine Carver   
Title: 
210 Traditional Quilt Blocks: Each Block Is Explained With Step By Step Pictures   
Author: 
Ayhan Demirpehlivan   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
This book has wonderful color illustrations showing how to assemble each block, just as the subtitle says. It assumes you will be making your own paper or plastic templates but it does not explain how to enlarge or size each block, which beginners may not know how to do. A big drawback is that the "template" for each block is only 1.5" square! Furthermore half of them are al located near the gutter in the book on the left hand pages, so I have trouble imagining that it will be easy to photocopy and enlarge the patterns to a usable size. I understand that enlarging with copier functions can lead to distortion too. The blocks are organized alphabetically and each one has a difficulty rating of 1 to 5 stars. Most blocks are rated 1 or 2 stars and I saw none rated 5 stars. Based on my own experience I think more of the blocks should be rated at a more difficult level.   
Rate Your Read: 
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
   

"Blind Injustice" reviewed by Elle M on February 17, 2021

Your Name: 
Elle M   
Title: 
Blind Injustice   
Author: 
Mark Godsey   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
It is alot of cases of wrongful incriminations, and explaining them in detail and why they are wrong. It was really good and helped me with my project for school. Reviewer age: 11   
Rate Your Read: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
   

"The Pioneers" reviewed by Tim Bitzer on January 3, 2020

Your Name: 
Tim Bitzer   
Title: 
The Pioneers   
Author: 
David McCullough   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
This is purely nonfiction and a bore. Ugh. Why did I spend the time reading this book? If you're doing historical research or maybe even genealogical research for early Ohio pioneers, it may be worth your time.    
Rate Your Read: 
2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
   

"Six Wakes" reviewed by Kate Ramsey on October 19, 2019

Your Name: 
Kate Ramsey   
Title: 
Six Wakes   
Author: 
Mur Lafferty   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
I can’t remember the last time I stayed up this late reading a book just because I couldn’t put it down. This wasn’t my average type of book to pick up, but I’m so glad I did. I enjoyed it from cover to cover.    
Rate Your Read: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
   
Six Wakes   

"After" reviewed by Kate Ramsey on October 19, 2019

Your Name: 
Kate Ramsey   
Title: 
After   
Author: 
Anna Todd   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
This book was so back and forth. I quit reading it half way through, but hate not finishing a book so I went back to finish it. I'm glad I finished reading it, but it definitely frustrated me during the book. The book definitely sucked me in for sure, but the constant betrayal of Tessa's trust and her constantly going back and forth to him made me furious. You would think she would give up on him for being such a jerk to her constantly even from the beginning. The book made me upset because it made it seem okay that he can verbally abuse her over and over again and that she will forgive him every single time. The ending had me so mad! I was more so frustrated at the whole situation of the ending than the actual book itself. Also, the fact that after they "dated" for two months and she moves in with him, ruins her relationship completely with her mom all for Hardin!? I loved that the book sucked me in to its plot, but was frustrated with the plot line. I feel like I am going to finish out the series because I am curious. I rate this book a 3 because I was flustered with the plot, but I was also sucked into the story. It's a love/hate relationship I feel like. I was rooting for Hardin and Tessa the whole time and completely despised Molly.   
Rate Your Read: 
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
   
After   

"Anomalisa" reviewed by Karl on January 4, 2019

Your Name: 
Karl   
Title: 
Anomalisa   
Author: 
Charlie Kaufman   
This is a: 
movie   
Your Review: 
A boring movie posing as deep thought. If the point was to feel sympathy for the plight of the main character's life, it failed. Reviews often state that this is a look into a lonely, mundane, and boring life and how it affects this character. The problem with the story is that his life isn't terrible, he is. There are scenes where it did seem that his obnoxious behavior is the reason for everyone deserting him, but they go nowhere and contribute nothing in the end. To paraphrase a line from the movie, there is no lesson here. Don't waste your time with this.    
Rate Your Read: 
1
Average: 1 (1 vote)
   
Anomalisa   

"Space Battle Lunchtime Volume Two: A Recipe for Disaster" reviewed by Phoenix Rayng on March 4, 2018

Your Name: 
Phoenix Rayng   
Title: 
Space Battle Lunchtime Volume Two: A Recipe for Disaster   
Author: 
Natalie Riess   
This is a: 
book   
Your Review: 
The second volume in this action filled, queer character graphic novel is a perfect ending and second half to the first volume. After Peony is captured by Melonhead we are left wondering where did Melonhead send her? How is Neptuna going to react? What will happen to Space Battle Lunchtime? Not only are all of these questions answered in all the right ways, we get the queer romance we all need and want in the media in the form of a human lesbian and alien lesbian's adorable relationship. The story blesses us with action we didn't get to see enough of in Volume one with a huge action scene. The ending is perfect and leaves us wondering what's next for Peony, Neptuna, and the others from Space Battle Lunchtime.   
Rate Your Read: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
   

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