Poorly Drawn Lines (a book review)

I'm not sure it's fair to classify this as a book review. Poorly Drawn Lines is really a web comic that became so good that its midichlorian count flew off the charts and it became self-aware, resulting in the spontaneous conception of a physical publication that manifested itself in my local Barnes and Noble. Whether... Continue Reading →

The Rosetta Codex (a book review)

Science Fiction is similar to fantasy; it usually requires some kind of world-building. But where fantasy world-building is often filled with intrigue and mystery, I've found some science fiction to be overly expository, which can be dull or lead to really long books. In The Rosetta Codex, author Richard Paul Russo skews in-depth world-building in... Continue Reading →

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