For fans of series like Goosebumps and the Five Nights at Freddy’s games, there’s a book series that’s been steadily releasing since around last year or so. A series containing story ideas both harrowing and disturbing. The series: Fazbear Frights.
Having now read the entire Chaos Walking trilogy (except the short stories), I figured I’d continue this article, and discuss new themes and plot machinations.
With the movie Chaos Walking out—which I haven’t seen—I figured it would be a good idea to review the book it was based on: The Knife of Never Letting Go.
In a deviation from my usual rules, for Brave New World, I watched it all. The entire nine episodes. I did this so I could properly cover how it fits the original tale.
Megatomic Battle Rabbit is a little out of my usual purview for a few reasons. The first simply because it’s a comic book. I’m predominantly a movie and television critic, but I know instances of good writing when I see it.
He is a delightful person, with a wealth of knowledge about the craft of writing. He has a tremendous understanding of what it takes for new writers to make it in the wild industry of publishing books.
Artemis Fowl Is An Abysmally Bad Watch Artemis Fowl is a travesty. It is an insult to those that we’re excited about it, those that had hope for it, and is simply a bad watch. And, yes, I’m a fan of the books, and, also yes, I was disappointed with how poorly they adapted it….
The Price of Safety Is More Action Than Sci-Fi The Price of Safety is a book full of good ideas but is plagued by sloppy execution. Very quickly in the reading, it was apparent to me that this was a book that loved its technology, and had an in-depth understanding of engineering and science, but…
Lazarus Thoth went away for the summer, fell into a good book…and we haven’t seen him since. From Brandon Scott, author of many of our Friday Fiction posts and review articles, comes a new horror novel about one boy’s descent into his own timeline and other dimensions. Will Lazarus be able to escape the strange…
The Mistborn Trilogy is a long series, each book being in the high hundreds of pages. I’m only mid the second book at the time of writing, but for those wondering if it’s worth reading the first book in the series, this review is for you. Because Mistborn: The Final Empire is certainly catnip for…
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