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Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
2w ago
The ‘Paper Girls‘ Netflix show inspired me to get my hands on a copy of the original comic series – and wasn’t disappointed. It’s got that ’80s vibe, sarcastic teens and crazy time travel ..read more
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Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
5M ago
Aah! The appeal of the bad boy. Sometimes it gives ME the shivers… but most of the time I just want to put them over my knee and give them a spanking ..read more
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Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
5M ago
Picked up this series after watching the first season on Netflix – the graphic novels are so much better. Shave the adaptation got cancelled… I was really getting into it ..read more
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Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
I started reading this a few months back but put it down because I was finding it hard to get into the narrative – it tends to jump around the timeline a lot. But I will come back and finish off this duology when I’m in a better frame of mind. I’ve done this before with other books and turned out to love them. Is there any books you’ve stumbled at reading first try and made a second attempt and enjoyed it? The ‘Time Salvager’ duo is a fast paced, action packed, time travel tale, so it should be right up my alley ..read more
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Picture vs Page – Sphere 
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
I picked up the novel ‘Sphere’ by Michael Crichton a year or two ago after I remembered watching the film back in the ‘90’s and was keen to read the book and then re-watch the film to see how things held up today. I vaguely remember liking the movie and had a rough idea of what happened. So, how did the two compare? Be aware, I’m discussing the differences between the two mediums, so spoilers be here! This will be a blow-by-blow comparison for each beat of the novel and film adaptation. MEETING THE CREW AND THE POSSIBILITY OF ALIENS The novel is told in first person perspective from Norman Jo ..read more
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Book Review – ‘Emerald Green’ (#3 Precious Stone Trilogy) by Kerstin Gier
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
The conclusion to a teens stumble through time learning to trust her heart. Genre: Y/A, Historical Fiction, Romance, Adventure No. of pages: 480 Gwen has a destiny to fulfill, but no one will tell her what it is. She’s only recently learned that she is the Ruby, the final member of the time-traveling Circle of Twelve, and since then nothing has been going right. She suspects the founder of the Circle, Count Saint-German, is up to something nefarious, but nobody will believe her. And she’s just learned that her charming time-traveling partner, Gideon, has probably been using her all along. Em ..read more
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Book Review – ‘Sapphire Blue’ (#2 Precious Stone Trilogy) by Kerstin Gier
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
Another time-trippy adventure with a sassy gargoyle and not knowing who to trust. Genre: Y/A, Historical Fiction, Romance, Adventure No. of pages: 354 Gwen’s life has been a rollercoaster since she discovered she was the Ruby, the final member of the secret time-traveling Circle of Twelve. In between searching through history for the other time-travelers and asking for a bit of their blood (gross!), she’s been trying to figure out what all the mysteries and prophecies surrounding the Circle really mean. At least Gwen has plenty of help. Her best friend Lesley follows every lead diligently on ..read more
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Book Review – ‘Ruby Red’ (#1 Precious Stone Trilogy) by Kerstin Gier
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
A fun time travel concept… more for kids. Genre: Y/A, Historical Fiction, Romance, Adventure No. of pages: 322 Sixteen-year-old Gwen lives with her extended – and rather eccentric – family in an exclusive London neighborhood. In spite of her ancestors’ peculiar history, she’s had a relatively normal life so far. The time-traveling gene that runs like a secret thread through the female half of the family is supposed to have skipped over Gwen, so she hasn’t been introduced to “the mysteries,” and can spend her time hanging out with her best friend, Lesly. It comes as an unwelcome surprise when ..read more
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Book Review – ‘Landline’ by Rainbow Rowell
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
For those of you who still know what a rotary phone is… this one’s for you! Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Magical Realism No. of pages: 310 Georgie McCool knows her marriage is in trouble; it has been in trouble for a long time. She still loves her husband, Neal, and Neal still loves her, deeply — but that almost seems beside the point now. Maybe that was always beside the point. Two days before they’re supposed to visit Neal’s family in Omaha for Christmas, Georgie tells Neal that she can’t go. She’s a TV writer, and something’s come up on her show; she has to stay in Los Angeles. She knows ..read more
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Book Review – ‘Dyschronia’ by Jennifer Mills
Casey Carlisle » Time Travel
by femaleinferno
8M ago
Aussie Climate fiction with melancholy Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopia No. of pages: 354 One morning, the residents of a small coastal town somewhere in Australia wake to discover the sea has disappeared. One among them has been plagued by troubling visions of this cataclysm for years. Is she a prophet? Does she have a disorder that alters her perception of time? Or is she a gifted and compulsive liar? Mills’ novel takes contemporary issues of resource depletion and climate change and welds them to one young woman’s migraine-inducing nightmares. Her prevision anticipates a world where entir ..read more
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