Book Review: Water For Elephants

Water for Elephants By: Sarah Gruen I had no expectations before reading this book by Sarah Gruen. I discovered it on the New York Times Best Seller List and thought it sounded like a good premise for a story. It takes place in the United States during the Great Depression when some of the poorest(…)

Book Review: The God Delusion

The God Delusion By: Richard Dawkins It has been a bit of an exercise in self-torture for me to have read this book. It is something I have to be in the mood to read for the reason, that even at the best of times, I feel the pressure of religious ignorance. At lesser times,(…)

Dr. Who – An English Way of Death

Dr. Who – An English Way of Death By: Gareth Roberts For most, Tom Baker is the most charismatic Doctor. In, An English Way of Death, Roberts has captured the personality and mannerisms of this, the 4th Doctor, very effectively. Here we find the Doctor, and his equally famous companion, Romana, on Earth. Of course,(…)