Title: Metro 2033 Author: Dmitry Glukhovsky (translated by Natasha Randall) Published: 2005 (Russia); March 28, 2010 (U.S.) Pages: 460 Genre: Science Fiction Series: Metro 2033 Kid Friendly Rating: 13+ Features some swearing, but mostly a read for young adults due to themes. The book is not nearly as violent as the video game series, but the situations…

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The 29th of February is my anniversary.  This is officially our *first* real one so I thought I’d make our favourite cake, simply because we’ve been trying to watch our health and haven’t had cheesecake in what feels like forever!  This is also the easiest one I have ever found and I love it! Ingredients:…

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Check out our review of episodes 2 & 3 of American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson! We had a great chat this week! Some important points: It WAS Nathan Lane!! Travolta looks kinda orange The Bronco! We love this because we have no idea what happened while it was going on! Papa K is annoying

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This was quite a busy week with the Geeks crew! Check out below to see what we have been up to and what we have planned for next week! Announcements:  We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly…

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Good afternoon and welcome to Upcoming Releases, a segment by the Geeks! Every Sunday we will post upcoming releases of anime, books, comics, games, manga, movies, and music that will be coming out during the week! Wanna see more releases? Leave us a comment! Anime: (From Otaku Calendar!) Releases for February 29th: Evangelion 3.33 You Can…

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Join us for Episode 9 of game night as we play Dungeons and Dragon in a campaign called The Forgotten Prince!! Originally on YouTube and now in podcast form! Join us live every other Saturday as we continue on our adventure! Listen to the show here: Direct Download or Site link Or follow the Geeks and Geeklets podcast…

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Watchmen(Graphic Novel Review) Written By: Alan Moore Illustrations By: Dave Gibbons Rating: R Synopsis (No Spoilers) Reminding you that comic books aren’t just for kids, Alan Moore’s graphic novel Watchmen is mystery thrill-ride for any adult reader. Set in an alternate version of 1985, the United States and Soviet Union are on the brink of…

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The ’90s were an amazing time in cinematic history. Let’s face it, filmmakers will never top the decade that gifted us with such treasures as The Bodyguard, Con Air, and Nell. Recently, I have mandated that movie nights in our home consist purely of films from this era. It makes for some good times. This is how…

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Hi all you Geeks and Geeklets. I’m back with more Everquest 2 housing showcases by randomly picking someone’s house and showing it off. I ended up in Neriak, the city of hate, deep in the caves past Darklight Woods. Everquest 2 has a well built housing system with a lot of furniture you can showcase,…

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The brothers were large, even for their breed: Titanoceratops. These brothers hatched as twins from the same egg, 66.3 million years ago. However, even though they were twins, they were no identical. This was the case for the first born males of all those born into the lineage of Empress Sumara Highshield. Of course the…

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So I just binged the entire season in one go. What are my thoughts? (without the spoilers) My top 10 (as it is DekaSteps): #1 – Max steals the show. Every scene he’s in, that kid is perfection. Adorable, charismatic, and able to deadpan his lines. Pretty fantastic for a kid who is under 10…

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Welcome to Fiction Writing Friday! Announcements!  We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly newsletter which is full of great Geeks content?! How about a weekly craft idea? Enjoy delicious recipes? Sign up here! Geeky News!  A flask coming…

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One of the hardest things to get passed in the winter is the desire to hibernate. The reason for me has always been the dull grey horrible weather and cold. It’s something that is quite mentally debilitating, and it’s not something I’d ever wish on anyone to feel, even for a nanosecond. I know many…

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