Tris’s life has become chaotic as she tries to grapple with the fact that she’s Divergent, an individual who fits into multiple factions. After the events of the Erudite brain-washing the Dauntless and invading Abnegation, murdering them for a secret they were in charge of protecting, war is creeping into factions. Tris must embrace her Divergent side and bring the people together to challenge the Erudite and their quest for power.
Hey there avid readers! I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas Holiday. Mine was particularly good, I worked the afternoon shift at the movie theater, well afternoon until closing and this year I didn’t have to deal with any jerks. Seems like everyone was in the Christmas spirit…for me at least. Hopefully, the good spirits carry on into this New Year.
Anyway, it’s been hectic, I’ve been at work since I returned to South Florida, so reading has been just a little challenging. But anyway, check out this reading list right here. Oh, and Happy New Year’s everyone! Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #70”
A review of Veronica Roth’s novel “Divergent” exploring the uniqueness of the novel, writing and the theme of identity versus social structure. Now, does this novel live up the hype that has turned it into a bestseller, or is it, at best, a mediocre take on the dystopian genre?
By: Erren Van Duine Familiar faces will be heading up the score to Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Confirmed via a poster given away at Distant Worlds in Chicago, composers Masashi Hamauzu, Naoshi Mizuta, and Mitsuto Suzuku will be lending their talents once again to the final chapter in Lightning’s saga. While not surprising in any way, it’s nice to finally have official confirmation – … Continue reading Final Fantasy XIII-2 composers reprise their roles for Lightning Returns
Very good episode. I liked the concept and how it has progressed since last season. Cary and Alicia I think have a great teamwork dynamic together and I love the fact that he’s back. I mean it was cool that he was in the States Attorney Office. I mean, that worked out so well and the tension created by that was amazing. Alicia and her … Continue reading Sunday Night TV (30 Sept 2012)
By: Kristy Puchko Following in the footsteps of Mamma Mia and Rock of Ages, the Tony Award-winning Jersey Boys is the latest jukebox musical from Broadway to dance its way to the big screen. Featuring classic tracks like "Big Girls Don’t Cry," "Sherry" and "Walk Like a Man," this toe-tapping crowd pleaser tells the tale of the 1960s pop group The Four Seasons, charting their … Continue reading Open Casting Call For Jon Favreau’s Jersey Boys Musical