I’m not going to pretend that I’m the biggest fan of Life Is Strange. I don’t hate the game by any means, but when I played it I found myself frustrated with so many things that I just couldn’t call myself a fan. Still, thanks to many playthroughs and a lot of friends loving the game, I ended up invested. And I’ll definitely be playing Life Is Strange 2.
What frustrated me about the game? Well, there were quite a few things, but in this post, I’ll be taking a look at five of them. So, in no particular order, and with spoilers with the whole game, here are five problems that I had with Life Is Strange.
Trickery (Curse of the Gods #1)
Published in 2017
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
My Rating: 1 of 5 Stars
Amazon | Goodreads
“His eyes sucked. He had sucky eyes, and so did his brother.”
Originally posted on my old blog on July 5, 2017.
I’m sorry. DNF at only 19%. I hate doing this, but with this book, I had to.
This post is from the archives of my old blog. It was written halfway through Season Ten, so some updated thoughts may be posted soon.
I make no secret of the fact that I absolutely love Doctor Who, both Classic and New. My parents also love it. I was pretty much raised on it. The Doctor is one of my favourite fictional characters. He’s been with me for most of my life, and he’s changed a lot. We have the obvious changes of each regeneration, but through all of it, he’s the same character and we can see that too.
For this post, I’m just going to talk about the New Who Doctors to date: Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve and the War Doctor—and I’ll refer to them as such. I’m going to give an overview of how I think they show the development of one character, and then talk about which regeneration is my favourite and why. I also have a comment section down below and I’d love to hear from you on the matter! I love an excuse to talk about Doctor Who.
So, preamble done, let’s talk about the Doctor! Spoilers aplenty below.
I remember The Hunger Games being the biggest damn deal in college because I was brave (ha ha) enough to criticise one aspect of it on one occasion and I got shouted down so fast it was like getting one of Katniss’s arrows in the back. I also remember that it was pointed out, more than once, that however unintentionally it might have been, the series rather resembled the Japanese novel Battle Royale.
So, for today’s mini reviews, let’s take a quick look at every book in Suzanne Collins’ trilogy, and then a look at the novel it’s been accused of copying! This is going to be a fun one for me.
… I have a history with this series.
Hey! It’s Lizzie! And look, I’ve transferred to WordPress! This is where all my content will be from now on, and older content will progressively be transferred from the ol’ archive! If you’d like to see my upcoming posts then follow this blog to do so. Thanks guys!