The Nature of Plots by K. M. Zahrt

9/10 When I first finished The Nature of Plots my immediate impression was that I hadn't liked it very much. On further reflection, I actually really enjoyed it. The change of opinion (which is pretty rare for this particular dairy product, I'll have you know) came about because I kept going back over to my bookshelf, …

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What’s in the Fridge?

Well, after another too-long absence, I'm back with more reviews for anyone still reading. In my defense, I've been reading a bunch in my absence, so hopefully everyone can be looking forward to more frequent posting? Maybe? The pic this week features a fridge I took over on a family vacation, which starts to explain …

To Be or Not To Be: A Chooseable-Path Adventure by Ryan North (and William Shakespeare)

10/10 I am a Shakespeare enthusiast, so when I caught wind of this book I was ecstatic. Then, when I actually picked up a copy I was even more thrilled. The story is a choose-your-own adventure telling of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, where you can either read through the story as The Bard himself told it, …