This article starts off with this review: Geek Dad Reviews The Land I enjoyed the land a lot more than he did, but his review hits most of the same complaints that I had with it. Needless prompts and redundant information. Some of the later books give you the same information back to back to back.… Continue reading Geek Dad reviews “The Land” and Lazy Worldbuilding
I was given a copy of this book in advance, so my review may not be 100% accurate if he's changed anything. Tl;dr: 3.5 stars. The book has potential, but it does take awhile to build up to see where things are going. I.e. the game mechanics seem fairly dull at first, until you see… Continue reading Apocalypse 2020, by James Witherspoon
Tl;dr: 4 stars. Suffers from some pacing problems in the early portion of the novel, and there are some gaps in the logic/character development that hurt it at times. If you can get past a slow start, it's an intriguing World where virtual reality can mean that life might go on after death, but that… Continue reading Domino Finn: Reboot Review
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