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The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu – a Not-So-Secret Terribly Revealed

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Cover of The Truth About Alice


Title: The Truth About Alice
Series: Singular
Author: Jennifer Mathieu
Release Date: June 3rd, 2014
My rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
Review by: Kiesha (HistoriaEternia).


Before continuing reading,
let me warn you that I am not a fan of this novel but I do find elements within it quite relevant and important to our society. Also The Truth About Alice is the most stereotypically cliché high school novel I have ever read and I am not exaggerating.

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Long Overdue; the Reveal of Never Alone – A video game review

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Screencap from Never Alone (image altered on PSC6 by reviewer)


Game title: Never Alone
Created by: Kisima Innitchuna
Game Developer: Upper One Games
Release date: September 2014
Consoles: Xbox One, PS4, Steam.
Review by: (Kiesha/HistoriaEternia)


Finally it’s on its way:
a beautifully constructed and thought-filled game, based on Alaska Native storytellers, featuring an indigenous woman of colour as the protagonist. Arriving this fall for PS4, Xbox One and PC and priced at $15 US, is “Never Alone” where you, the player, will start an adventure following the Inupiaq stories as native girl Nuna and her artic fox, determined to save her village from a blizzard that threatens all of their lives.

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