If all you readers remember the Clockwork Princess and City of Heavenly Fire, you must remember that the first editions/printings of the novel has special content within them. A little gift from the author and publisher to all TMI fans.
An analysis of the film Abre Los Ojos about the stalker and the effect being stalked has on the psyche and the evolution of a romantic entanglement.
Another great addition to the genre of post-apocalyptic fiction where the world has gone to hell by the man of man. Alianne Donnelly has crafted a well told story centered about three characters and the world they are trapped in with brilliant world building and strong characterization.
A sophisticated and warm hearted sequel, Hotel Transylvania 2 gives viewers laughs wrapped up neatly in this horror-tastic film that is perfect for the whole family.
Another riveting fairy tale retelling by Marissa Meyer combines sci-fi and those classic fairy tale tropes to present an entertaining and fast paced story.
Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein has amazed audiences all around the world and has tingled the thoughts and minds of readers everywhere. There is so much to be said that will keep the novel alive for public consumption and thought. But one of the more riveting aspects of the novel is Victor’s clear and initial rejection of his creation, his son, from the beginning and the effects of the “birth” that follows[…]
Can’t decide what to read next? Check out what is on my table for what to read next and see if anything here catches your fancy.
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Lady Midnight is the first novel in Cassandra Clare’s upcoming trilogy The Dark Artifices. While the release date is not set until March 8th of next year, with it already being late October, the time is fast approaching. So with the keen insight to hook new and old readers, Simon & Schuster Australia has made one chapter available.
As part of my new blog series, A Look Back, I am pulling a film out of the Netflix archive, one of my favorites and writing a well deserved review off all the things that makes this film so great. Here we have Stardust (because I have nothing better to do…like schoolwork)!
Review: “Scattered Suns” Is An Electrifying Space Opera (The Saga of Seven Suns, #4) – Emertainment Monthly
Anyone who loves “Star Wars” or “Battlestar Galactica” will love “Scattered Suns,” which features great storytelling and all the science fiction elements a reader could want.
Kevin J. Anderson keeps the momentum of the his space opera up and up with exciting characters and an amazing story.
Vanilla Sky is certainly no long lost gem. Until this weekend, I had never seen this movie and after one night of catching of the last hour, I decided to watch the film in it’s entirety. What a waste.
Nightfall sacrifices story telling with its first person perspective by doing too much telling and not enough showing. However, the overall strength of the story itself overshadows it’s weaknesses.
Ali’s Pretty Little Lies takes readers back to the beginning of the entire bestselling series and it certainly impresses.
The Mortal Instrument TV show promo has arrived via the New York Comic Con…unfortunately for all us fans, it doesn’t look that impressive.