The 16th Pendergast novel makes the ludicrous routine.
This non-fiction collection from Neil Gaiman is not to be missed!
This dark fantasy is Game of Thrones meets The Night Circus and will appeal to any fans of realistic fantasy. The first book of a three part trilogy (part 3 … Continue Reading A Darker Shade of Magic – V. E. Schwab
This new iteration of Star Wars since Disney purchased them a few years back is not the Star Wars that we grew up on. While The Force Awakens largely played … Continue Reading Star Wars: Bloodline(2016) – Claudia Gray
Fans of apocalyptic science fiction and zombie horror will find a lot to like in The Girl With All the Gifts.
Ghosts from Our Past: Both Literally & Figuratively: The Study of the Paranormal – Erin Gilbert, Abby L. Yates, with Andrew Shaffer
Informative non-fiction treatise on ghosts and ghost hunting from two of the world’s most acclaimed experts of the paranormal.
Lindsay Faye’s extraordinary The Gods of Gotham is the best novel of its kind since Caleb Carr’s The Alienist. This isn’t a unique observation, it’s emblazoned across the cover of … Continue Reading The Gods of Gotham – Lyndsay Faye
Salvage & Demolition is a lot like a novel I read last year, The Shining Girls. The difference is that novel was terrible and this one is not. Few writers … Continue Reading Salvage & Demolition – Tim Powers
I write my reviews as I read. I’m sure most do as it’s the only way to really express the nuances and little things you notice as you are reading … Continue Reading Crimson Shore – Preston & Child
“Sometimes the things presented to us as choices aren’t choices at all.” Few writers can gut punch readers with an ending the way Stephen King can. Written in the first … Continue Reading 11/22/63 – Stephen King
One of my favorite shows of the last several years is Parks & Recreation. I was heartbroken when it ended last year but happy the story was able to be … Continue Reading Paddle Your Own Canoe – Nick Offerman
Suicide Squad – Kicked in the Teeth (Volume 1)Written by Adam Glass, Illustrated by Frederico Dallocchio
The total reboot of DC Comics, called the New 52, has produced some solid hits with Birds of Prey, Batwoman, and Catwoman. All 3 titles feature strong female protagonists that … Continue Reading Suicide Squad – Kicked in the Teeth (Volume 1)Written by Adam Glass, Illustrated by Frederico Dallocchio
If you are looking for a well written, fast moving psychological thriller in the vein of Gillian Flynn’s brilliant Gone Girl you will be entertained and satisfied with The Girl … Continue Reading The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins
The final volume of Fables wraps up several plot lines and serves as a conclusion but not an ending. After all, the Fables are quasi-immortal beings and there will always … Continue Reading Fables: Farewell (Issue 150) – Written by Bill Willingham, Illustrated by Mark Buckingham
The night the fatal Georgia Flu arrives in Toronto, fading movie star Arthur Leander has a heart attack on stage performing the title role in King Lear. Jeevan, a paramedic … Continue Reading Station Eleven – Emily St. John Mandel
After Disney bought Lucasfilm and secured the rights to Star Wars they announced that new movies would be coming shortly. As I write this The Force Awakens is less than … Continue Reading Star Wars: Aftermath – Chuck Wendig