Monthly Archives: October 2014

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Review

I am a fan of Jack Ryan. I’ve read from the Hunt for Red October – in which Tom Clancy introduces us to Jack Ryan – to Executive Orders – the point at which I started losing interest in Jack … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup for 26 October 2014

This week saw more than a little Netflix viewing. I’ll have a review up later for Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, but these three didn’t do enough for me to warrant more than a paragraph. Still, they weren’t bad so much … Continue reading

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Feeling of Unease

I almost feel guilty writing a post about some of the enjoyable things I did this week considering the shooting death of Cpl Nathan Cirillo in our nation’s capital on Wednesday. I’m a resident of Ottawa. I haven’t seen anything … Continue reading

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Star Wars: Rebels Review

When it comes to Star Wars, I’m pretty easy to please: it’s got to feel like Star Wars (AKA A New Hope), be fun, and not be horrible. That leaves out the pre-sequels. Hey-Oh! The trailers for Star Wars: Rebels … Continue reading

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Butchering Farewell, Something Lovely

I’ve been looking once again at Farewell, Something Lovely. The intent was for it to be a sequel to “For Simple Coin” (published in On Spec, Winter 2009 issue) but now I think I’m going to change the protagonist to … Continue reading

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