Riverdale Season 3 Episode 11: ‘The Red Dahlia’ Review

[Header Image: KJ Apa as Archie Andrews | The CW/Netflix]

In the previous episode of Riverdale we saw Hiram get shot by an unknown assailant and this week’s episode was all about figuring out who did it. We see Veronica hire Jughead to investigate and find answers which we do get before the end of the episode.

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Gotham Season 5 Episode 4: ‘Ruin’ Review

[Header Image: Cameron Monaghan as Jeremiah Valeska | Fox]

This episode takes place immediately after the previous episode with the chaos at Haven after the explosion. We find out a little into the episode that more than 300 people are dead with several seriously injured and some missing. Tensions are naturally high and Lucius sets to work to find out what happened and why.

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Riverdale Season 3 Episode 10: ‘The Stranger’ Review

[Header Image: Mark Consuelos as Hiram Lodge | The CW/Netflix]

The episode starts with the revelation that Archie is still alive after the bear attack (not really a surprise) and he’s finally returning to Riverdale, realising that he can’t keep running. We see his chest throughout the episode and the area where the bear struck him seems to be healed and even scarring over, implying it’s been a while since the last episode in canon.

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The Punisher: Season 2 Review [Spoiler Free]

[Header Image: Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, and Giorgia Whigham as Amy/Rachel | Netflix]

From the moment the first episode started I knew I was going to absolutely love this season. To avoid spoiling anything, let’s just say it starts with a car chase, Frank (Jon Bernthal) is covered in blood, guns, and a mystery girl (Amy/Rachel played by Giorgia Whigham). It was very suitable for this show and it most definitely felt like I was stepping back into the world of Frank Castle.

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Landline by Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

This post contains spoilers.

I’ve wanted to read Landline ever since it came out. Unfortunately, it’s taken me until now to actually pick it up but fortunately, I quite enjoyed it. The concept has always stood out to me and while I’ve read her three young adult books: Fangirl, Eleanor and Park, and Carry on. I hadn’t read this or her other adult book Attachments. I was intrigued by the plot of this book but also the fact that it was aimed at adults. I really like Rowell’s writing and I was curious to see what I would think when it came to a different target audience.

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