The Resurrectionist is an interesting book. It’s essentially two books fused together. The first half being a biography of the fictional “Dr Spencer Black” starting at his childhood spent robbing graves and chronicling his descent into madness. The second half contains Dr Black’s lost work “The Codex Extinct Animalia”.
Before I start this review I just want to have a little chat.
I’m going to be doing these reviews about pony stuff every now and then. I really like the stuff but I know that not many of you like it or even know anything about it. I’m trying to spread them out a bit so people don’t get annoyed but it does mean that I’m getting behind on MLP stuff I want to talk about so I just ask that you just let me get on with it. I promise that I am not just going to talk about it constantly. Anyway. Without further ado, onto the review.
The steam summer sale started this week so my bank balance has fallen quite dramatically as has my social life and my level of vitamin d. But none of that is important when compared to the greatest thing we get from this yearly event… GAMES!
I’ve been struggling to write this review. I recorded it on Sunday and was meaning to type it up on Monday. Unfortunatly on Monday I was too busy playing “Animal Crossing: New Leaf”. Same with Tuesday, and Wednesday and it was quite hard to pry myself away to write this now.
Hello! I’m back from my (Insert amount of months here) sabbatical with a new review.
Hello. I wish to start this review by once again offering my sympathies to the family of Baroness Thatcher. Though I disliked her politics I respect her as a person and a strong woman who could not be shifted from her beliefs. I understand what it is like to lose a family member although not one as close as a mother.
I also wish to apologise for any offense caused by my previous joke however haven’t got any real compalints about it so I think I’m in the clear.
Before this starts I would like to send my sympathies to Baroness Thatcher’s family. Though I disliked her policies and her politics I understand that she was a real person and a mother.
If you are easily offended or even just offended sometimes I reccomend that you not read on. Continue reading “Hrudulfensis’ Opinions On… The Death of Baroness Thatcher”