Let me start by saying that this series of books has been a huge inspiration for me, especially to start new things and to always look for more scifi adventures to immerse myself in. Reading the first three books will always be a great memory to have while attending my first years of university, the […]
My review of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams
Want to know the answer to the Great Question? Read this classic and prepare for an outrageous story with colossal scale and a truly funny adventure by the disheveled Arthur Dent. First on Earth trying to prevent the destruction of his house for the continuation of a highway, then inexplicably the Earth is destroyed to […]
Working like dogs….
I know this blog should be used for letting my thoughts be heard and I will start to do that more often than just sharing interesting articles I found online. I will work more on writing about biological topics more in depth, but I have been working real hard at my real job. I will […]
My Review of Children of Dune by Frank Herbert
The Dune saga is essential for any science fiction reader, and if you loved the first book then the next two books are definitely worth the effort to read. I would personally say that Children of Dune is the best out of the first three books. Herbert’s world building and prolific imagery is arguably the […]
Quote about now
His ordinary awareness persisted in the singular flow of now, reflecting a universe of uncertainties. Children of Dune -F Frank Herbet A beautiful sentence I read.
The ending of this book really blew me away.
My endeavors in reading this book by the magnificent Susan Bauer never ceased to amaze me and enthrall me with it’s incredible history condensed into easy to read chapters. While it did take me 3-4 months of sporadic reading to finally finish this 700 page monster, from the very beginning I knew I was in […]
Book Review of Hell is the Absence of God by Ted Chiang
I recently picked up Ted Chiang’s collection of short stories and have been mind blown by most of his stories. Especially when I finally got the chance to read Story of Your Life, which is the novel that Denis Villeneuve used in one of my favorite movies, Arrival. His stories definitely need to be to […]
Done with another semester
It has been a stressful year, but I thank the heavens I am done with school for this year and will have five weeks of much needed rest until the next semester comes along. Did really well this semester with two A’s and two B’s, couldn’t be happier with the progress that I have made […]
Review of The Call of Cthulhu by H.P. Lovecraft
“The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far. The sciences, each straining in its own direction, […]
Review of The Beast in the Cave by H.P. Lovecraft
So I have this book called The Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft that I bought a while back and I have been meaning to read more of Lovecraft’s lesser known stories. I am very familiar with his Cthulhu mythos and learned a lot about this terrifying genre of horror, also known as cosmic horror. It […]