Category Archives: Entropy

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Tom Bombadil is Master, pulling your string-a-ding-dillos. Continue reading

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Book of the New Sun: The Claw of the Conciliator

What on Urth is even happening here? Continue reading

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The Silence of the Lambs

Film * Jonathan Demme * Serial Killaz * 1991 Synopsis This film, which I probably watched way too young, is one of those pieces of media that shaped my cultural tastes. I say “too young,” but I was twelve and … Continue reading

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Children of Men

Despite appearances, things can always be worse. Continue reading

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The Book of the New Sun: The Shadow of the Torturer

I barely know what’s happening, but I think I like it. Continue reading

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Otherland: Mountain of Black Glass

Book Three: Otherland gets real. Virtually. Continue reading

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Otherland: River of Blue Fire

Novel * Tad Williams * Entropic VR Fantasy * 1998 Synopsis Now that I’m ostensibly half way through this series (by book if not page count, the last two entries are real shelf-breakers) I am reminded of the various disclaimers … Continue reading

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Lord of the Flies

Sucks to your ass-mar. Continue reading

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The Dying Earth

Novel * Jack Vance * The Earth, It’s Dying * 1950 Synopsis Um… I’m not really sure what just happened here. First of all, The Dying Earth is less a novel than a collection of five short stories that take … Continue reading

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The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger

Novel * Stephen King * The World Has Moved On * 1982 Synopsis The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed. That’s… a surprisingly thorough summary of the action in this book. The original Dark Tower … Continue reading

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