Book Review: Thieftaker, By D. B. Jackson (Spoilers)

Continuing my summer reading binge, I recently finished reading D. B. Jackson’s Thieftaker, the first in a series of historical urban fantasy novels. Now, a little bit of background as to how I ended up reading this book. I actually met D. B. Jackson (also known as David B. Coe) at JordanCon several years agoContinue reading “Book Review: Thieftaker, By D. B. Jackson (Spoilers)”

Book Review: Rebel Angels by Michele Lang (Spoilers for the Series)

And I finally get to the third and final book in the Lady Lazarus series. Unlike the first two reviews, where I avoided spoilers for the book I was discussing, here there will be, as this is the final book in the series and I have things to say regarding the ending. Also, this reviewContinue reading “Book Review: Rebel Angels by Michele Lang (Spoilers for the Series)”

Book Review: Dark Victory, by Michele Lang (Spoilers for Lady Lazarus)

It’s been a while since my last review, which was for Lady Lazarus, the first book in Michele Lang’s Lady Lazarus trilogy. I hadn’t finished the other books in the series at that point, and I since have, but for a number of unrelated reasons I wasn’t able to write this review. So here itContinue reading “Book Review: Dark Victory, by Michele Lang (Spoilers for Lady Lazarus)”

Book Review: Lady Lazarus, by Michele Lang (Possibly Minor Spoilers)

For my second book review, I will be talking about Michele Lang’s Lady Lazarus, the first book in the Lady Lazarus series. Like my last book review, the way I came to read this book was kind of unusual. So for those who don’t know, I recently graduated college as a history major, and I’ll beContinue reading “Book Review: Lady Lazarus, by Michele Lang (Possibly Minor Spoilers)”

On Vision

“You will pay the price for your lack of vision!” –Emperor Palpatine, 2013 The importance of vision  is something that I feel is often understated. I would make a comparison between a creator’s vision to a politicians ideology: Without it, there’s really something missing. Everyone needs a goal to work toward, and that goal shouldContinue reading “On Vision”