Articles Posted in the " Books " Category

  • Interview with Author Danika Stone

    Internet Famous, by Danika Stone, goes into romance, yes, but also the dangers of having an online presence. I won’t give away too many details of the book, but I highly suggest a read. In addition — I must admit squeeing a bit, as the author mentions one of my favorite fandoms, Supernatural. I couldn’t […]


  • The Cruel Prince Review: Gritty Fantasy With A Kick

    The world of Faerie is not like our own. This is something that Jude, the main character in Holly Black’s new book, The Cruel Prince, learns at the tender age of seven. That’s when her mother’s first husband tracks down her family and kills her parents while Jude and her sisters watch. Read our before commenting. Please […]


  • A History of Magic Comes to New York

    In a move that has wizards everywhere scratching their heads, the Wizarding Historical Society of Britain has decided to open an exhibition chronicling Harry Potter’s defeat over He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named in Muggle America. Harry Potter: A History of Magic will open to the public (yes, even the Muggles!) at the New York Historical Society in October. Read our […]


  • Forest of a Thousand Lanterns: Delightfully Dark

    Before I started reading, all I knew about Julie Dao’s Forest of a Thousand Lanterns was that it was very popular at this year’s BookExpo. After finishing, I wasn’t quite sure how I felt about it. This morning, when I was reading other people’s reviews searching for a way to articulate my thoughts, I discovered something important. […]



  • Warcross Review: Entertaining, If Slightly Predictable

    Warcross isn’t just a game; it’s life. In Marie Lu’s ambiguously set future, Warcross is as ubiquitous as breathing. In present day, Warcross is an enjoyable romp through a partly-virtual world, an entertaining introduction to an intriguing mystery. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Iron Gold Returns Fans to the Vivid World of Red Rising

    I’ll admit it: I truly didn’t believe that it could get much better than the original Red Rising trilogy – and yet, with Iron Gold, author Pierce Brown broke the chains mold. *This Iron Gold review is spoiler-free* Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]



  • DC Comics: The Big Book of Superman – Review

    Focusing on an essential part of the iconic DC Comics Trinity, The Big Book of Superman by Noah Smith is an enjoyable introduction to Clark Kent for young fans. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.