I did a review of Logan on my other blog. I enjoyed this movie; I like Hugh Jackman. I did miss the other X-Men, but I liked the interaction between Logan and the children he was helping, particularly Laura (Dafne Keen)
The link to the full review is here. LOGAN
I was sorry to hear about Adam West’s passing. I loved the Batman show from the 60s when I was a kid. Batman was campy by today’s standards, but the show was kid friendly and better than some of the more recent shows. RIP.
I’ve put a link to an article below.
In Firstborn, the sequel to The Progeny which I blogged about HERE, Audra Ellison discovers the secret she sacrificed her memory and identity to protect. Now she is on the run and struggling to control her powers. With the help of a heretic monk and her friends Claudia, Piotrek and Jester, Audra sets out to save someone she cares for deeply and end a centuries-old war.
There was a delay in the release of the second book in the Descendants of the House of Bathory series, but it was worth the wait. Audra is a strong character, and there is a lot of action. The idea of being on the run makes for a good story. I especially like the interaction between Audra, Luka, Claudia, Piotrek and Jester, their friendship and how they care for each other.
I would highly recommend Firstborn; this is a very enjoyable book.
Amelia Gray has an unusual job as a cemetery restorer, and can see ghosts, an ability her father also has. While restoring a graveyard in Charleston, a body that doesn’t belong there is found, and Amelia assists Detective John Devlin (who has his own secrets and abilities) in the investigation.
I like Amelia’s unique job, and the setting in Charleston. There is so much history in the South; the grave restoration profession is intriguing. The background information about Amelia’s childhood and how her father gives her rules to follow is interesting. Devlin is a mysterious character, and the interaction between Devlin and Amelia is well-done. I would recommend this book (the first in the Graveyard Series by Amanda Stevens).