Blogmas Day 18: Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

A decent offering from Marvel, and another of their “Special Presentations”, the first being October’s Werewolf by Night. This is the conclusion to Phase 4, but feels more like an add-on than anything else. There’s nothing MCU-shattering here, but it’s an enjoyable enough romp. After they find out how Yondu ruined Christmas, Mantis decides toContinue reading “Blogmas Day 18: Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special”

Book Review: Once Upon an Aggravatingly Heroic Kiss by Bree Wolf

Publisher: WOLF PublishingFormat: ebookRelease Date: Genre: Romance – Regency – ChristmasGoodreadsPart of Naughty or Nice: A Holiday Regency Anthology I will do a full review for the anthology as a whole once all finished, but each of these seven also serves as a standalone novella – as far as I can tell, most of theseContinue reading “Book Review: Once Upon an Aggravatingly Heroic Kiss by Bree Wolf”

Blogtober Day 27: The Monster Show Book Review

Another review from Divination Hollow today – this time a non-fiction book looking at horror film history. By: David SkalPublisher: plexusFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: 1994Genre: Horror – Non-FictionGoodreads Rating: 5/5 Stars Original Review The Monster Show might actually be the winner for “Book That Took Elle Longest to Finish”. I started this in May 2020, but withContinue reading “Blogtober Day 27: The Monster Show Book Review”

Blogtober Day 16: Goddess of Filth Book Review

More from the Divination Hollow archives today, highlighting another horror book I very much enjoyed. By: V. CastroPublisher: Creature PublishingFormat: ebookRelease Date: March 30th, 2021Genre: HorrorGoodreads Rating: 4/5 Stars Original Review Goddess of Filth is the first book I’ve read by V. Castro, and it definitely won’t be the last. Five friends, Lourdes, Fernanda, Ana, Perla,Continue reading “Blogtober Day 16: Goddess of Filth Book Review”

Graphic Novel Review: The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Gods and Monsters

by Mark Millar, Bryan Hitch (Artist)Publisher: MarvelFormat: PaperbackGenre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy/SuperheroesRelease Date: September 20th, 2006Goodreads Rating: 4/5 Stars And so we continue with the story of The Ultimates, in which Marvel give us a more ‘gritty’ and ‘realistic’ version of The Avengers. The Ultimates is kind of a reminder that, okay, some interesting stuff came out ofContinue reading “Graphic Novel Review: The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Gods and Monsters”

Graphic Novel Review: iZombie, Volume 3: Six Feet Under and Rising

Publisher: VertigoFormat: TPBRelease Date: February 1st, 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars Volume 1 Review / Volume 2 Review Once again, as much as I love the iZombie TV show, I am slightly disappointed we don’t get to see this on the screen. This being Gwen’s ‘adventures’ as a zombie, helping the dead complete unfinished business, withContinue reading “Graphic Novel Review: iZombie, Volume 3: Six Feet Under and Rising”

Tabitha Sparks and the Door to Everywhere – Jae El Foster [Audiobook Review]

I don’t really listen to audiobooks, but I was approached very kindly by Kathleen Powell, the narrator for Tabitha Sparks and the Door to Everywhere, and asked if I would be interested in reviewing the audiobook. I decided I would give it a go. Blurb Intelligent, kind Tabitha Sparks has a wonderful life, with loving parents,Continue reading “Tabitha Sparks and the Door to Everywhere – Jae El Foster [Audiobook Review]”

The Queen of Nothing – Holly Black [Review]

Please note, dear friends, this review will contain spoilers for the first two books in the series, The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. In this trilogy, collectively called The Folk of the Air, Holly Black has created a rich, beautiful, dangerous and alluring world, one I could not wait to get back to inContinue reading “The Queen of Nothing – Holly Black [Review]”

Twisted Tales: Let It Go – Jen Calonita

The Twisted Tales series are stories about films and characters we know and love from Disney films, but putting one twist into the story that either changes everything, gives something additional in the middle, or extends the story beyond the familiar endings. I wrote about the series as a whole here, and purposefully held ontoContinue reading “Twisted Tales: Let It Go – Jen Calonita”