Articles Posted in the " Traditional Press " Category

  • “Wayfarer” Is Even Better Than Its Predecessor

    Wayfarer, the second book in best-selling author Alexandra Bracken’s time travel duology, was absolutely worth the wait. I don’t know if I’ve ever read a more satisfying conclusion to a series. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not copy our content in […]


  • Howlers Rejoice! “Iron Gold” Starts a New Red Rising Trilogy

    Just when I thought I had emotionally recovered from the events of Morning Star, it was announced today that Pierce Brown is writing a new series following his hugely popular Red Rising trilogy. Iron Gold will lead the way. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not […]




  • “The Diabolic”: Great Characters, Okay Everything Else

    The Diabolic is a futuristic sci-fi dystopian political thriller with an interesting premise and a slightly flawed execution. In this world created by S.J. Kincaid, diabolics are humanoids specifically engineered for the sole purpose of protection. They are created and go through a frankly brutal training before they are “bonded” to one individual – and […]


  • “Crooked Kingdom” Is a Maze of Twists and Feels

    I am honestly ashamed of myself for how long it took for me to finish Crooked Kingdom, the sequel to Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling Six of Crows. But at long last, I have finished, so let’s discuss. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not […]





  • Review: ‘Wonder Women’ by Sam Maggs

    When I first started reading Sam Maggs‘ new book, Wonder Women, I was surprised that I had not heard of many of the women she wrote about. Reading through the stories of innovation, invention, discovery, and espionage, it was amazing to see how often women’s accomplishments were looked over, or worse: attributed to men. - **Read […]