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Retro Gamer Book Of Arcade Classics

Find great deals for Retro Gamer Book of Arcade Classics. Shop with confidence on eBay! Strider, released in Japan as Strider Hiryū (ストライダー飛竜), is a 1989 side-scrolling platform game developed and released for the CP System arcade For the first time ever we’ve collated some of the greatest arcade content from the last ten years of Retro Gamer. 262 more words


Friday 5s: Thoughts on 3 Musketeers

So, as my Goodreads friends have probably noticed, I haven’t quite kept up with my original goal of a classic book for every three recent releases. 954 more words


Back to the Future - 1985

Time travel is one of the most entertaining and oft-used features in science fiction. There were many time travel films before Back to the Future and many more since, but none have had the same whimsy as this classic. 144 more words


New In The Collection #1

Buying books is easy, but not buying them and prioritize the ones we already have in our shelves seems so much more difficult right? I have to save money right now because I have three upcoming trips to do and you know, we need to eat food so we can survive and read all those glorious books we have right? 250 more words

Agatha Christie

Book Review - Don Quixote ... Opinion and Favorite Quotes.

Don Quixote was a difficult book for me to finish. It took a long time for me to get through it, and I can’t say I loved it. 466 more words

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So Bad It’s Good: The Best Bad Poets in English Literature

In this week’s Dispatches from The Secret Library, Dr Oliver Tearle enjoys some good bad poetry courtesy of The Joy of Bad Verse

I’ve long been a fan of Nicholas Parsons. 860 more words