Review: The Sword of Herobrine by Jim Anotsu

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ I’m sure every video game player out there has thought about what it would be like if they could somehow magically transport themselves into their favorite game and actually be in the world that they find themselves staring at for countless hours on a computer screen so often. … Continue reading Review: The Sword of Herobrine by Jim Anotsu

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Review: Agents of the State by Mike Nicol

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Featuring characters from some of the Cape Town based author Mike Nicol’s previous novels, Agents of the State is a crime thriller revolving around numerous players, including the South African president and his son. Some people just get involved with the wrong people. They find out a little … Continue reading Review: Agents of the State by Mike Nicol

Review: Tannie Maria and the Satanic Mechanic by Sally Andrew

FF's Star Rating: ☆☆ ☆ Sally Andrew’s Tannie Maria and the Satanic Mechanic is the follow-up novel to the bestselling Recipes for Love and Murder. I haven’t had the pleasure of reading the latter, but while that may be the case, the author made it easy for me to learn everything I needed to learn … Continue reading Review: Tannie Maria and the Satanic Mechanic by Sally Andrew

Review: The Lubetkin Legacy by Marina Lewycka

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Somewhere in Hackney, London, there is an Immortal Bard worshiping and George Clooney hating middle aged chap named Berthold Sidebottom who is unmarried and lives in his mother’s house. If that unusual last name of his doesn’t get you laughing like a good old Jim Carrey flick … Continue reading Review: The Lubetkin Legacy by Marina Lewycka

Review: Letters of the Dragon by Bruce Lee (Edited by John Little)

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ The taxing cost of making long distance phone calls to family and friends was a type of adversity that the famous martial arts icon Bruce Lee had to deal with because of his traveling in and out of the United States to countries like Hong Kong and … Continue reading Review: Letters of the Dragon by Bruce Lee (Edited by John Little)

Review: The Tao of Gung Fu by Bruce Lee (Edited by John Little)

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ When I see the two words “martial arts” anywhere, I’m instantly thrust back into the mind of my childhood self, pretending to be an expert martial artist in the backyard of my childhood home. There are many who don’t know who Bruce Lee was off the screen. … Continue reading Review: The Tao of Gung Fu by Bruce Lee (Edited by John Little)