Long weekend at an end

Yesterday and today were low-key days for me. Yesterday I finished reading Millénium, a science fiction book published in 1983 by John Varley. For a book set in the future, I'd say Varley did quite a good job without dating himself. There was one part, however, at the very end of the book, that did reflect…

Day 167. The Name of the Wind: a review

(Today I am coming back home! I think I will sleep some.) The Name of the Wind is a fictional book written by Patrick Rothfuss. It centers around a boy, Kvothe, who finds himself in a situation no one wants. The reader watches him conquer his troubles and head to the prestigious university. But more troubles…

Day 134. “On a Pale Horse”: a review

About a week ago I finally finished reading On a Pale Horse. It took me months to read this book because 1. I usually only read it at work on breaks and 2. the book didn't interest me at first. I find Piers Anthony's writing style to be very juvenile, very un-eloquent. His style, to me,…

Day 80. Review of Agents of SHIELD. SPOILERS

Warning: there are spoilers about the first two episodes. Episode two aired this week. I think this show has a lot of potential. I love that there's a show about the Avengers world. I love that the show mentions the Avengers and then moves on. I love that Agent Coulson is back. But there are…

Day 18. Friday Review: Cheesy Garlic Bread Potato Chips.

I have been looking for these chips since I heard they were one of the three new flavors Lays was trying out. It has taken me months to find these, and I'm still amazed I was able to find them. I had begun to think that these chips never existed. Or that perhaps they were…