I finished The Great Hunt: Book 2 of the Wheel of Time this morning. I liked it. Robert Jordan, the book’s author, is one of those authors where a bunch of “whatever stuff” plays out over the first four hundred and twenty pages of the book. The last forty pages however, stuff is going down!Continue reading “The Great Hunt: Book 2 of the Wheel of Time – A Quick Review”
But no matter, he took a break, and he got to read.
Book Review: Tide and Tempest, by Elizabeth Ludwig, is a story about Captain Keondric Morgan who has just docked his ship, the Caitriona Marie, in New York Harbor.
How does a $25 discount on a Wi-Fi enabled Kindle sound? Not bad, huh. What if I told you that the $25 discount would lead to a lifetime of having to view “special offers and sponsored screensavers”? Doesn’t sound so generous of Amazon now does it.
The age of the Internet is slowly changing the way we consume media. Over at Confessions of Tech Addict, blogger Jacob has come to the realization that brick and mortar stores are quickly becoming places to kill time (for more, check out his post: In Order of Obsolescence). What is sad about this realization is that I think he may be right.