Star Wars – Darth Plageuis: The Book Review

“Did you ever hear the ‘Tragedy of Darth Plageuis the Wise?’” Palpatine asked Anakin in a probing manner. He was trying to be discreet and sound innocent. He was searching for an opening to reveal his secret, but at the same time, and like all other times before he was planting a seed. This seed […]

Star Wars: A New Dawn Review

Set a little while before the animated series Star Wars: Rebels, this story is a prologue to the series. It is about Kanan Jarrus. He is a Jedi that survived the purge known as Order 66. He was young when that occurred and since then has been in hiding. The story flashes back for a […]

Star Wars: Kenobi – The Book Review

“I will take the boy,” Obi-wan said volunteering himself for the task. Was it out of duty? After all, the boy will need to be protected during these vulnerable years. Or was it out of guilt? Since it was mostly his fault the powerful Jedi, Anakin Skywalker, turned to the dark side and is leading […]

What’s On Our Holiday Reading List

What’s on your holiday reading list? Here’s what’s on ours… Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (Collins Business Essentials) Winter Cocktails: Mulled Ciders, Hot Toddies, Punches, Pitchers, and Cocktail Party Snacks The Complete Beer Course: Boot Camp for Beer Geeks: From Novice to Expert in Twelve Classes […]

Bacon Lovers Love The Better Bacon Book App

We love Bacon, there’s no doubt about that. This is why we went nuts (I mean, bacon bits) when we learned there was an app out just for us guys (and girls) called the Better Bacon Book. It has been designed especially for use with your iPad device, and offers great photos, HD videos, tips […]

The Art of Betrayal, The Secret History of M16

If you don’t already have this book on your summer reading list, we would highly recommend it for any fan of history or James Bond. The author, Gordon Corera, a BBC News security correspondent, takes you through the transformation of history since WWII, and we’re talking about the men and women who actually had a hand […]