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October 2019 Favorites!

https://youtu.be/j7SFfJ-yYwk   Here are my favorite books, movies, TV shows, and game of October!

Books · Reviews

A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay | Book Review

I don't scare easily, but stories about possession petrify me. I'll admit to being TERRIFIED to even pick up this book, let alone reading it without someone else in the house. I was a brave cookie, though, and finished this incredibly twisted novel. The plot centers around the Barrett family as they deal with their… Continue reading A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay | Book Review

Gaming · Reviews

Eliza | Nintendo Switch Review

As someone who has multiple mental illnesses and has been in therapy, the premise of Eliza immediately intrigued me. This is a visual novel that centers on a woman named Evelyn who becomes a proxy for clients while using an AI to guide each individual to the best therapeutic practices for them. Zachtronic's Eliza is an experience that… Continue reading Eliza | Nintendo Switch Review

Books · Reviews

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King | Book Review

The Shining is one of my favorite books by Stephen King, but for some reason I held off on reading this for such a long time. Trepidation that this wouldn't live up to the original novel? Whatever it was, I'm glad I finally rectified the situation. Doctor Sleep is an incredible work of fiction, and I… Continue reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King | Book Review

Gaming · Reviews

Solo: Islands of the Heart Review | (Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC)

Are you looking for a short, compelling game with a zen atmosphere and puzzles? Look no further. I was immediately enamored with Solo: Islands of the Heart as soon as I booted it up. Not only was I swept away by the whimsically beautiful graphics and soothing soundtrack, but I loved the fact that the developers Merge… Continue reading Solo: Islands of the Heart Review | (Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC)

Books · Reviews

Lock Every Door by Riley Sager | Book Review

I had extremely high expectations for this novel. Both of Sager's previous novels (Final Girls and The Last Time I Lied) garnered five star reviews from me. It's safe to say this is another knockout, and that Sager is one of my favorite new authors. The story follows a young woman named Jules who is in dire… Continue reading Lock Every Door by Riley Sager | Book Review