Inspired By Real Events Powerful movie that shows the worth of a mans freedom. Heartbreaking, sad and strong. This movie captures the gravity of what true freedom is worth. It is worth even death to these political prisoners who walk their way from Siberia to India. Crossing the Mongolian desert and the Himalayas, risking death to escape the communist countries they once called home. This … Continue reading The Way Back
Dacre Stoker did a great honour unto him great-granduncle. When I read this book, I felt like I was reading something penned in the hand of Bram Stoker himself. This was a great story with such a great villain who was not Dracula. In fact Dracula is hunting this vampire because she is rotten to the core and as Vlad was a servant of god, … Continue reading Dracula The Un-Dead
I. LOVED. THIS. MOVIE! It made me laugh the entire time! I had to literally grip my side because it started hurting form all my laughing. It was hilariousy awesome. I loved how Seth Rogen helped to capture the essence of the Green Hornet, I loved how it showed the creation of the ride and the costume. IT WAS AWESOME. So awesome that I want … Continue reading Green Hornet
Okay so a lot of people I know do not like this, I’m not even thrilled and that has more to do with the erronous explanation that some astronomers give us (FYI Not All Astronomers Like This Theory & Ignore It). Look the universe is expanding, and not in a uniform rate, imagine it like a blob, growing and growing, some parts get bigger than … Continue reading There Is No 13th Constellation — RELAX!!!
I loved this movie. I love how it painted the Crusades in their true light in the beginning. Nicholas Cage was great, although sometimes I felt like he was a bit out of place because everyone else had a sort of foreign accent. Still, with what he was given he did his part well. I loved it. I was sad when everyone except the boy … Continue reading Season of the Witch
I loved this book! It was suspenseful, thrilling and heart wrenching. Whenever my eyes came across Ben’s name, I swear my heart stopped a beat. I love Laurie’s writing, it’s not forced, it’s perfect and her ability to paint a picture for everything is beautiful. I loved this book, I could not put it down to the point that I finished it in a little … Continue reading Deadly Little Games ( A Touch Novel: Book 3)
Courtesy of Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer One of the solar systems most evocative mysteries — the origins of Saturn’s rings may be a case of cosmic murder. The Victim: An unnamed moon of Saturn that disappeared about 4.5 billion years ago. The Suspect: A disk of hydrogen gas that once surrounded Saturn when it’s dozen’s of moons were forming, but has now fled the … Continue reading Saturn’s Rings: Leftovers From A Cosmic Murder?
So a printing press who has the rights to Mark Twain’s book has decided to reprint it without the racial slurs. This is a part of history, you can’t just change the past. Who can’t hide and sheltr the young from these words, from what happened, it happened, it’s part of history, and as a society we learned form it. When Mark Twain used those … Continue reading Blasphemy: Modification of Huckleberry Finn
A Private Prequel Kate Brian is such a great author. I never get tired of reading her novels. One of my favourite things about her is that she just writes, she doesn’t use filler words or go to into too much detail which makes reading some books exhausting. She just writes what’s in her heart and it’s plain to see. I loved this book, when … Continue reading The Book of Spells (A Private Prequel)