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Baking Enthusiast and Enthusiastically Bookish
Baking Enthusiast and Enthusiastically Bookish

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Belated Game of Thrones Recap: Blood of My Blood and No One

Two weeks late on the account of a wedding, this Game of Thrones review is a double feature: Blood of My Blood and No One. For Blood of My Blood, there was also an unheard of death count of zero, which was followed by a massacre in No One. But many happy…
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And now things are truly sizzling with episode five, The Door! We’re only midway through the season, and this episode was so action packed with standout performances by Sophie Turner and Pilou Asbaek. Also, the first gratuitous nudity in a while: STD…
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Captain America: War on Friendship

If you haven’t seen the Captain America: Civil War trailer and are afraid of spoilers, don’t read this review. Yesterday, I watched Captain America: Civil War and found that I don’t have much an opinion about it. It was good, it wasn’t great, and I’m on…
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Penny Dreadful's Verbis Diablo is Full of Small Talks #pennydreadful

After over a one year hiatus, I’m picking up Penny Dreadful again. Season two episode two’s Verbis Diablo is a pleasant surprise with the return of quirky gay Egyptologist Ferdinand Lyle and the meeting of Caliban/ John Clare/ the Creature and the…
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Game of Thrones S6E4: We Only Make Peace With Our Enemies #GoT #GoTrecap #GoTS6E4

Game of Thrones season six finally hits its stride with episode four “Book of the Stranger.” Sworn enemies become bedfellows, armies are called, and treaties are set into motion. While it’s still unclear who’s playing the Game of Thrones, it looks like a…
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S6E3 Oathbreaker Breaks the Usual Bones and Minds

The third episode “Oathbreaker” finally zeroes in on three main story lines: the further misadventures of Daenerys,  the further misadventures of the Lannisters, and Jon Snow’s resurrection and guilt ridden revenge. Unfortunately, only the Lannisters were…
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This week on Game of Thrones, some characters long to go home, others are killed in their homes, more still are stuck at home. #GoT

Despite the water cooler discussion of Game of Thrones reaching fevered pitches, this season hasn’t been really doing it for me. Charitably put, season six episode two “Home” still feels like the chessboard is being set up. Uncharitably put, it feels like…
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Season 6 Episode 1 Recap: The Mystery of the Red Woman

Did you know in Westeros that blood is a woman’s favorite color? While one would think that the Red Woman would be an episode all about Melisandre (Carice van Houten), there are quite a few ladies who are wearing a little red. It was a pretty good taster…
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I went into it having only seen a few early trailers of a Fox character giving a bunny cop a hard time. There was also that sloth DMV scene, which went on way too long. A lot people are going to talk about the references for adults (there is a great…
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No god but God: Reza Aslan argues that Islam Is Not Evil.

I finished reading Reza Aslan’s book No god But God. It was a recommendation from John Green’s Gift Guide last year. It’s a fascinating read, but also kind of sad that someone would need to argue that a religion practiced by 2.2 billion people isn’t…
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