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vishusnephilim

21. Pittsburgh. Web developer, writer, artist, future sfx student, monster, fangirl. Milk in my coffee, sugar in my tea. I'm rather interesting, I've been told.
vishusnephilim has written 13 posts for Stardust and Shadowhunters

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Reviews etc. will no longer be posted here. I’ll be resuming normal posting under a new schedule this week. I’m still working out a few issues with the new site at the moment, but you can check it out here. Advertisements

Nothing is real – Teardrop Review

Teardrop by Lauren Kate Spoiler-Free Review by Pasquale Lauren Kate is an internationally best-selling author of young adult fiction. With her books translated into over thirty different languages, Lauren Kate has toured the globe several times while prompting her books, staging events in England, Ireland, America, Brazil, Singapore and many other destinations. Best known for … Continue reading

Woman Crush Wednesday – Natalie Dormer

Natalie Dormer, born February 11, 1982 in Reading, Berkshire is my Woman Crush Wednesday. She is mostly known as Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones and Anne Boleyn in The Tudors, as well as Irene Adler and Moriarty in the American Sherlock show, Elementary. She’ll also be playing Cressida in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 … Continue reading

You’re smarter than all of ’em – The Walking Dead Telltale Game Season One Review

The Walking Dead Telltale Game: Season 1 Review by Jace Vishus Originally a black and white comic book series published monthly by Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead is a series about survivors of the zombie (they call them Walkers) apocalypse. Since 2003, the series has grown to encompass over 100 individual comics, two compendiums, and … Continue reading

Body and Soul, Two Different Things – The Host Review

The Host by Stephenie Meyer Review by Pasquale Stephenie Meyer is an American young-adult fiction writer and film producer, best known for her vampire romance series, Twilight. These novels gained worldwide recognition and sold millions of copies. Her new novel, The Host, was published in May 2008. Stephenie Meyer has confirmed that there will be … Continue reading

The World Is Crazy – The Impossible Knife of Memory Review

The Impossible Knife Of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson Guest Review by Kelci P. Laurie Halse Anderson is primarily a YA/Children’s Fiction writer who occasionally dabs in the pond of historical fiction. She has won the Margaret Edwards Award in 2009 for her talent in YA literature. Her first novel, “Speak”, was published in 1999, and was … Continue reading

Keep You Safe – Warm Bodies Review

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion Review by Pasquale Isaac Marion is an American writer, best known for writing the best-selling novel Warm Bodies, published in October 2010. The prequel,The New Hunger was published as an e-book in January 2013. In October 2012, Isaac Marion announced on his blog that he was working on a sequel, however, no … Continue reading

You give away nice like it doesn’t cost you anything – Fangirl Review

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Review by Jace Vishus WARNING: This review is only MOSTLY spoiler free. Continue with caution. Rainbow Rowell is a fiction author from Nebraska. Along with Fangirl, she’s written “Eleanor & Park”, “Attachments”, and “Landline”. She is currently writing a graphic novel with Faith Erin Hicks. She also won the 2013 Goodreads … Continue reading

We accept the review we think we deserve – Perks of Being A Wallflower Review

Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Review by Pasquale Stephen Chbosky is an American novelist, screenwriter and film director, best known for writing the New York Times best-selling coming-of-age novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, first published in February 1999. He also wrote the screenplay for Rent, and was the executive producer … Continue reading

Okay? Okay. The Fault In Our Stars Review

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green Review by Pasqaule John Green is an award-winning, New York Times best-selling author. He has also written Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, and Looking for Alaska. He collaborated with Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle (both Young Adult authors) and wrote Let it Snow. He also worked with David Levithan (YA) on Will Grayson, … Continue reading

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