Coe Review Staff Blogs Fall 2019

Children Underground: A Reflection Through the Lens of Sociology By: Ellora Bultema

Children Underground was a documentary focusing on the counterculture of homeless children in Romania, collecting data through a self-report study method. The film followed the lives of a few children living in a subway in Romania and throughout the movie the audience is shown examples of violent and nonviolent crimes as well as sanctions practiced … Continue reading

Coe Review Staff Blogs Fall 2019

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman Tv Show and Novel Review -Nghia Luong

This one off novel was a collaboration between Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett before Pratchett’s death, and showcases well the talents of both authors. From Gaiman, we get some of the darker tones while Pratchett provides a nice sense of whimsy and humor. The story is largely the same in both the novel and Amazon … Continue reading

Coe Review Staff Blogs Fall 2019

Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne Review- Nghia Luong

This nine novel long book series can be compared to a mature or adult version of the Percy Jackson book series, which most people grew up reading and many would say inspired their love for all things mythology.   Kevin Hearne’s novels follows Atticus o’Sullivan, who is the last remaining druid and serves as a sort … Continue reading