Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • Rae Allen gave 4 stars to: Killing the Beasts

    Rae Allen reviewed: Killing the Beasts by Chris Simms Find the serial killer, April 29, 2015 Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Killing the Beasts (Kindle Edition) This is an excellent crime drama. The way the characters both good and bad are connected give the book an impetus not always found in the ‘serial […]

  • Rae Allen gave 4 stars to: Chimera (Universe Eventual Book 1)

    Rae Allen reviewed: Chimera (Universe Eventual Book 1) by N.J. Tanger Dystopian universe delights, April 27, 2015 This review is from: Chimera (Universe Eventual Book 1) (Kindle Edition) Chimera is billed as YA Science fiction, and as with the best YA fiction it will appeal to a much broader audience. The book starts at a […]

  • Messages (David Chance Mystery #1)

    author: John Michael Hileman name: Rae average rating: 3.68 book published: 2011 rating: 2 read at: date added: 2015/04/18 shelves: review: This was a more average book than I expected from the initial blurb. The plot line was thin and ended up coming out as some contrived christian v muslim v shady money manifesto #review […]

  • The Bloody North (The Fallen Crown, #1)

    author: Tony Healey name: Rae average rating: 3.59 book published: 2014 rating: 4 read at: 2015/04/18 date added: 2015/04/18 shelves: review: This turned out to be a much better book than I initially expected. The story line is strong and the action sequences are well written #review from http://bit.ly/1b9bdIf

  • Rae Allen gave 4 stars to: FIERCE

    Rae Allen reviewed: FIERCE: Sixteen Authors Of Fantasy by Mercedes Lackey A taste of fantasy that will leave you looking for more, April 7, 2015 Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: FIERCE: Sixteen Authors Of Fantasy (Kindle Edition) "Fierce" is a great way to get a taste of a range of fantasy fiction authors. […]

  • Testing Tunein embed

    seeing if the 612 stream will work as an embed

  • Scooter trip through West End

    via IFTTT

  • 2 Years Ago Sandra Fluke Was Called a Whore. Now She Wants Your Vote.

    When the offensive, threatening messages started trickling in online, Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke had no idea her life was about to change forever. Perhaps she’d expected… http://bit.ly/1qPAirZ http://on.mash.to/1v1iHU2

  • The last taboo: Talking about suicide

    Natasha Mitchell is the presenter of RN’s Life Matters and an ambassador for the ABC’s mental health initiative, Mental As. Here, she questions whether—despite suicide prevention… http://bit.ly/1r4YKFD http://ab.co/1r4YKFF

  • 10 things I learnt as an Australian in Berlin

    Earlier this year I spend a month in Berlin. It is OK to drink beer in the street. Not only is it OK to wander the streets with a beer, but the railway stations normally have a bottle shop just to get you through the walk from the station to home.

Got any book recommendations?