Maybe the single most notable difference between the trilogy known as The Lord Of The Rings, and the book that sets the background to it, The Hobbit, is that in The Lord Of The Rings there are not much in the way of dwarves, while The Hobbit, is...
Some of the most memorable novels fall under the dystopian genre. Find out just what a dystopian fiction is, its history, and some examples.
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.
I review Ernest's Cline's science-fiction young adult thriller, Ready Player One, in preparation for Spielberg's big screen adaptation.
This article is an explanation of the Christian imagery in The Chronicles of Narnia. It explores how Aslan is not Jesus Christ, but an Incarnation in a different world.
Short scifi tales can be filled to the brim with imagination giving the reader fantastical adventure. Does The Ice Owl do that? Read this review and find out.
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.
Star Wars Expanded Universe (EU) was re-branded to 'Legends' and considered non-canon in April 2014. Fifteen of those inconsistencies in the EU/Legends are highlighted in this article.
Correlations between Beowulf and the works of Tolkien are discussed in this article. Videos from historians and archeologists are included, along with an audio interview with J.R.R. Tolkien. Written by a retired British Literature educator.
This is a book review for Cassandra Clare's Lord of Shadows, the second book in The Dark Artifices series.
The magical world of Harry Potter is as dangerous as it is charming! Here are 10 Harry Potter fantastic beasts that would send even stately Dumbledore scrambling for his wand.
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.