It’s another week, and another novel review, as this time I delve into one of my comfort reads, the novelization of the Resident Evil 2 game by SD Perry, Resident Evil 2 – City of the Dead!
For more information on SD Perry and the many books she’s worked on, check her out on these places on the Internet.
Ending theme music was found on the No CopyRight Music youtube channel, so be sure to check them out as well.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of Brain Food, wherein I review a more hard sci-fi styled novel about humanity colonizing another planet after messing up Earth! Politics, death, and new classes of humanity abound!
Hello everyone and welcome to yet another episode of Brain Food! This time around, I review Joseph Bruchac’s book, The Killer of Enemies!
For more information on the real Lozen, check out this article here!
You can find out more about Joseph Bruchac and his extensive body of work here as well.
And of course, please be sure to listen to TeknoAxe’s wonderful music here. He’s a great dude who makes his music free for use, and asks only to be credited for it.
Hello everyone, thank you for coming to watch yet another episode of Brain Food, wherein I review Shea Godfrey’s Nightshade.
It’s a wonderfully written LGBTQ fantasy romance… when it’s not painting the Middle Eastern themed kingdom of Lyoness in a shallow, racist manner throughout the book, and reminding us at every turn how ignorant, sexist, and backwards it is.
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 31 of Brain Food!
In this episode, I review the lesbian romance novel, Parties in Congress, by Colette Moody!
You can check out the Ladylike Book Club here.
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 4 of Brain Food, which has almost nothing to do with the book as Brad Pitt runs around the world to try and save it.
Apparently, only WHITE people did something to fight back against the zombie plague. Everyone else is nothing but victims. >_<
Hello everyone, and welcome to a very special episode of Brain Food… At the Movies!
The movie that I reviewed? The Host!
No, not the awesome South Korean Sci-fi horror film from 2006, but the very boring, rather disturbing (for all the wrong reasons) movie based off of Stephenie Meyer’s book of the same name.
While not as bad as I thought it was going to be, I certainly did not come out of this sober…