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Seven years after "Star Wars: Episode VII – Return of the Jedi," the last loyal Imperial Red Guard Kr Kanos seeks vengeance on the man who sabotaged Emperor Palpatine's clones. Karnor Jax, a would-be Dark Lord, tries to stop him. Is this graphic novel worth your time and money? Let's find out!
Did you know that "Outlander" was her first attempt at writing a novel? Yes, it kills me, too.
Count down and review the ten best species in the 2007 Star Wars tabletop RPG!
Sci-Fi authors Orson Scott Card and Bruce Sterling dare American readers to take a fresh look at their ideas about cultural and moral superiority in their futuristic tales.
A Court of Frost and Starlight is a cool breeze of Night Court air, and while contentions gurgle below the surface, it remains a deeper insight into a city and a world that dreams of peace, hope, and starlight.
A Court of Wings and Ruin is the culmination of the great war that has been building up for the last two novels and the satisfying answer to what the mighty, secret abilities are within ancient beings, including Amren, as well as displaying all the powers that Feyre is truly capable of wielding.
With clever twists, quick suspense, and engrossing tales interwoven in the storyline, The Hazel Wood will make you yearn for answers from grim stories you’ve truly never heard before.
Short sci-fi tales can be filled to the brim with imagination giving the reader a fantastical sense of adventure. Does The Ice Owl do that? Read this review and find out.
This is a book review for Cassandra Clare's Lord of Shadows, the second book in The Dark Artifices series.
This is a book review for "Lady Midnight," the first book in Cassandra Clare's Dark Artifices series. This article will give a brief synopsis as well as an in-depth review of the book.
In this article, I will talk about three authors who write excellent fantasy books.
Is "The Dala Horse" a good short story? Read the review and find out.