Reviews by semartin
Geeky and Feminist
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If you're a fellow geek/nerd/gamer/etc. girl that either wants to expand her fandoms or figure out how best to reconcile her loves with the feminist cause this is the book for you. From how to survive your first con experience to recommendations of new anime, games, books, films, and shows to add to your watch/play/read lists this book covers it all. Particularly great if you're still trying to find your geek voice amongst the "Fake Geek Girl" phenomenon that is currently out there. Well written, with plenty of references in case you were wondering if Sam Maggs is indeed one of us.
Enjoyable
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Not as good as the first one, as it focuses more on trying to be 300 than being entertaining on its own merit. Still not a bad watch, if you enjoy Frank Miller and 300.
Terrific
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Great soundtrack even if you haven't seen the movie, but enjoy classic rock.
Excellent
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An amazing memoir of an incredible trip taken by two good friends. It's really interesting to see different parts of the world through the eyes of others. If you enjoyed this, you should also check out the mini series that was filmed as they undertook this adventure.
Great Information, Intimidating Recipies
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This book is structured by seasons and contains detailed stories about Besh's life. The recipies are a bit intimidating, if only because of the semi exotic ingredients (whole crawfish and shrimp and the like).