Books

Marvel’s Avengers: Black Ops Field Guide Review

Published By: Put Me in the Story   Inevitably, Marvel’s success with their superhero franchises were sure to make it to just about every kind of market imaginable. We here are We the Nerdy managed to luck out and g...


Kai Ashante Wilson’s The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps Review

Sometimes bad books can be good. I’ve reviewed a handful of them, openly pointing out flaws in characters and writing styles that would have normally seen me gagging in disgust, but were somehow overlooked because I was havin...


The Disaster Artist Review

Written by: Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell Published by: Sphere The Room is without a doubt one of my favourite movies of all time. The bizarre “tragedy” is so full of dropped plot threads, flubbed lines and laughable dialogu...



Ernest Cline’s Armada Review

While I didn’t like Ernest Cline’s first novel, Ready Player One, I do recognize that it has some very good ideas behind it, most notably the dystopian wasteland where everyone has access to a utopia. I find that setting br...


Joe Hill’s Horns Review

Joe Hill’s second novel Horns is a lot like Slipknot’s latest album .5: The Gray Chapter. Both are hilariously dark—almost childishly, really—yet both are also a good deal of fun. Both also take their own brutality a bi...