What would you do to save millions? I was in the mood for a bit of historical drama and I found this film on Netflix. Red Joan is a film from 2019 that follows the story of an elderly woman who is arrested for treason in England. The film follows flashbacks of Joan's entanglement with the Cambridge spy ring before/during/after World War II. As a physicist, she was employed to help the British come up with their own plan for an atomic bomb. Her best friend and her first love t
It's just a normal rest stop, right? I felt how cold this one was while I read it. No Exit by Taylor Adams is a fantastic thrill ride that you want/but don't want to end. I read this one in two days which is wild for me, as most of you know it takes me forever to read anything. But this just had me blazing through it. I will do my best not to spoil anything but I have a lot of thoughts about the characters in this one. The story follows a young college student named Darby who
Don't be afraid of the dark. I went into this book thinking it would be like Indiana Jones/Tomb Raider/The Descent, but dang was I disappointed. The Anomaly by Michael Rutger is presented as a Horror/Thriller that resembles "Indiana Jones during the X-Files era." Maybe it's just me not ever having seen the X-Files (I know, I know). But I just wasn't very impressed.
First off, the main character, Nolan Moore, is a pretentious archaeologist who is the host of an online docume