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Inheritance Circle/Cycle - whatever!

Posted by Andrea Lake on Sunday, February 5, 2012, In : Regular 
Well, I finished reading the final instalment from Christopher Paolini's adventures of Eragon, Shadeslayer and Dragon Rider...

Much of it works out as expected, however, my main feelings upon finishing the fourth book were of immense loneliness and sadness.  To say that the series doesn't finish on a particularly high note is an understatement, and I'm an original fantasy reader, in that I believe in happily ever after!

There is more that I would want to say about the book and how it finishes,...
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Still Reading Inheritance Cycle

Posted by Andrea Lake on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Regular 
I must admit, I am still absolutely loving Christopher Paolini's work! 

From my previous post on this subject, I am happy to say I got some aspects right, but I also got a lot of stuff wrong!  I'm not going to go into any details, as I think the books are well worth buying and reading for yourselves!

Eragon has undergone a great many changes since the first book.  He has grown up considerably and has had many challenges to face.  He has also killed many of his fellow men, and feels the weight ...
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Resident Evil - A New World

Posted by Andrea Lake on Friday, January 20, 2012, In : Zombie 
I'm the first to admit that I'm not a gamer.  I have pretty poor hand-eye coordination and struggle playing the simplest games, even in real life.  I suck at ten-pin bowling and this is probably the simplest game going!

I can get engaged very simply by watching my other half quite happily battering a zombie to death with a crow bar or hockey stick.  Games like BioShock and Resident Evil are engaging and very easily drag you in.  For someone like myself, who proudly announcers her non-gaming a...
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