Thursday, 24 June 2010

Two Words: New Job

On the other hand, I have exactly two weeks before Eclipse's Release.
So... Saturday.

Monday, 15 February 2010

Eclipse Chapter 4 - In Which We Debate the "Naturalness" of Fictional Monsters

This chapter could be anything from tree-hugging to nudity. I fear for my sanity, but I shall of course press on. I have a duty to my non-existent readership. And I want to read Patrick's review. His second Doctor Who review's up, by the way!

Friday, 29 January 2010

Eclipse Chapter 3 - In Which Motives Are Revealed

Oh thank you god, this chapter's 10 pages shorter. Hopefully, that means I can burn through writing it up quickly and get back to packing/reading/catching up with the new series of Being Human.

Sunday, 24 January 2010

Chapter 2 - In Which Evasion Is Attempted

Still haven't found the right skin for this site. Suggestions in the comments for the blog skins in which you'd like to see our reviews. Personally, if I can find one that has an "old library" feel to it, that'd be excellent.

But for now, we delve into Chapter 2: Evasion. And sad news, some evasion is attempted. Which means that at some point in the future... Twilight's going to Switzerland! Probably.

Thursday, 21 January 2010

Eclipse, Part One, chs.1-4: Teenage Dirtbags

Stephanie Meyer (whom I shall demean by referring to her henceforth by her initials) may be a genius. and her works the most underrated insights on the trauma of adolesence yet put to page. Or she may be a sad and lonely woman who has never known love and is incapable of adequately describing it. Or both.

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Eclipse Chapter 1 : Ultimatum(?)

Hi! I'm Tom.
Most people who might ever read this are probably friends with me on Facebook, but basically Patrick's explanation below was countered by an actual review. Baby steps at first; I reviewed the Preface.
Here are some highlights from that. If you like these, befriend me on Facebook to read the full review.

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Twilight: Eclipse- Scurve's Introduction

Today I went into Waterstone’s and bought the third book of the Twilight series, Eclipse.
Okay, this is going to need context.