Civil Terror: Gridlocked Book Review from @kleffnotes

Veteran Civil Engineer, J. Luke Bennecke uses his background and desire for a lack of traffic congestion in the world to create a thriller focused on what can happen when cyberterrorism takes over the road ways. In Civil Terror: Gridlocked he introduces Jake Bendel, who was part of a select group of people who created a nationwide self-driving car system. After an attack he finds himself teamed with an FBI agent and on the hunt for a cyberterrorist. Continue reading “Civil Terror: Gridlocked Book Review from @kleffnotes”

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#Instinct S1Ep8 Long Shot Preview via @stacyamiller85 @Alancummings @instinctcbs

Former CIA operative is lured back to his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer. Dr. Dylan Reinhart (Alan Cumming) is a gifted author and university professor living a quiet life teaching psychopathic behavior to packed classes of adoring students. But when top NYPD detective Lizzie Needham (Bojana Novakovic) appeals to him to help her catch a serial murderer who is using Dylan’s first book as a tutorial, Dylan is compelled by the case, comes out of retirement and taps into his old skill set. Though Dylan and Lizzie initially clash, when it comes to catching killers, they realize they will make an ideal team if they both trust their instincts. Based on the James Patterson book.(IMDB)

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My Kinda Recaps: The Time I Scared a Psychic ( @clairevoyantsho @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes

With me traveling this week I couldn’t do traditional reactions to the new episodes of Clairevoyant, but I did want to share a psychic experience of my own. I hope you enjoy my random little story about runes and a scared psychic at a historical village. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: The Time I Scared a Psychic ( @clairevoyantsho @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes”

Kid Lobotomy Vol. 1 @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes

Kid Lobotomy Volume 1 is a collection of issues 1 through 6 of the surrealist series. I had heard of this series briefly before deciding to review the first volume, but what I had heard did not prepare me at all for what felt like a vividly topsy turvy acid trip of a read. Kid Lobotomy was genuinely nothing that I expected it to be and that is actually why I think that you should check out this collected volume. Continue reading “Kid Lobotomy Vol. 1 @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes”

Amsterdam Exposed Book Review from @kleffnotes

David Wiener’s book Amsterdam Exposed shares his experiences in Amsterdam starting in 1999. After taking a year off from school he decided to focus on the red light district and the women who worked there. Wiener has been working on this book for years and as of the release he has noted that things have changed for Amsterdam since he did his research. What he presents is a recounting of his time experiencing this city as a young American student and what he learned. Continue reading “Amsterdam Exposed Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Kidult Handbook Book Review from @kleffnotes

Do you ever just need time to relax and can’t exactly figure out just what to do to de-stress? Nicole Booz shares 160 ways to embrace your inner child and let your adult worries drift away in her book The Kidult Handbook. There are activities and suggestions for everyone that span from physical activities like hiking to more relaxing moments like building a pillow fort. You can find the perfect activity to help you relax just by flipping through this fun read. Continue reading “The Kidult Handbook Book Review from @kleffnotes”