Tag Archive: books

Best Horror Authors of the Twentieth Century

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Horror has always been one of the most popular genres no matter which medium of entertainment there is. In the twentieth century readers were treated to an explosion in terror filling book shelves… Continue reading

Watching the Franchises I Hate: The ‘Percy Jackson’ Series

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If you didn’t catch my first foray into pointlessness, here’s Transformers. My interest in the Percy Jackson movie series at their time of release was…nonexistent. I hadn’t read the books and they blurred into the many… Continue reading

Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury Book Review

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We in the United States are now in the midst of the season of summer, as the days are longer, hotter, and filled with possibility. For many of us, we now find ourselves… Continue reading

Book (Script?) Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’

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There’s something entertaining about all the online meltdowns following the release of ‘The Cursed Child’. People flipped out when they got home, opened their newly purchased hardcovers and discovered it wasn’t a new… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: In the Hand of the Goddess by Tamora Pierce

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I’ve managed to go ahead and finish reading Tamora Pierce’s In the Hand of the Goddess in less than twenty four hours, squeezing reading time in at meal times and breaks at work…… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: Alanna the First Adventure by Tamora Pierce

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Continuing our Perth Supanova coverage this year, I thought I’d drop in a quick book recommendation for one of the attending authors and one of my favourite writes of all time: Tamora Pierce!… Continue reading

Terry Pratchett Just Trolled Us From Beyond the Grave

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We’ve talked about Sir Terry Pratchett here from time to time, such as this guide to the Discworld series, his 10 best characters and, sadly, a tribute following his departure from the mortal… Continue reading

The Geekery Guide: Who is Sir Terry Pratchett and What is the Discworld?

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Anyone whose browsed the fantasy section of any bookshop in the past 30 years would have noticed dozens of titles carrying similar artwork and bearing the name ‘Terry Pratchett’ on the spine. You… Continue reading

The Disney Literature Challenge

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I’m in the middle of completing The Disney Challenge, which is when you watch all the official animated Disney films in order, I got to thinking that I wish I could read Disney… Continue reading

10 Potential ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequels (That Are Totally Canon)

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So after a long time I have finished reading The World of Ice and Fire. This not unsurprisingly dense tome provides an in-depth account of the world of Westeros from before written history to… Continue reading