Trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey


For those who missed it, the trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is online. The film is scheduled for a December 14, 2012 release, with the latter two parts being released in the subsequent years.

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Dresden Files Book #14 “Cold Days” to be Released November 27th


Jim Butcher has announced that book 14 of The Dresden Files, titled Cold Days will be released on November 27th, 2012. After being murdered by a mystery assailant, navigating his way through the realm between life and death, and being brought back to the mortal world, Harry realizes that maybe death wasn’t all that bad. […]

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The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch


In the city of Camorr, Capa Barsavi rules the criminal underworld with an iron fist. With a policy known as the Secret Peace, unacknowledged but respected by he and Duke Nicovante, the thieves and rogues of the city remain largely safe from the city watchmen. Safe, so long as they don’t operate too overtly…and stay […]

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Peter Jackson Confirms: “The Hobbit” to Become a Trilogy of Films


The One Ring reports that Peter Jackson has confirmed the addition of a third film to the upcoming adaptation of The Hobbit, which was previously expected two be released in two installments. The expansive story will not be a straight adaptation of the book by the same name, but will also chronicle the various events […]

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The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss – 2nd Review


This first story of the Kingkiller Chronicles is told by Kvothe to the Chronicler of the Aturan nobles. Kvothe has withdrawn from the world to live quietly as a rural innkeeper, Kote. The Chronicler recognizes him and wishes to record the truth from him about his past. Kvothe is the orphan son of a bard/troupe […]

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A Lion Among Men by Gregory Maguire


This third book in the Wicked Years follows the interrogation of Yackle by Brrr, the Cowardly Lion, regarding her interest in and dealings with Elphaba, from Wicked.  Specifically, he has been tasked with finding any information on the whereabouts of Elphaba’s book of magic, the Grimmerie, for the Emperor of Emerald City, Shell, Elphaba’s half-brother. […]

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Cover Art for A Memory of Light Released


Tor has released Michael Whelan’s covert art for the final Wheel of Time book. It has something of a resemblance to Darryl K. Sweet’s covers, but with Whelan’s own vibrancy. The level of detail is amazing, and it has, without a doubt, the best depiction of Rand to date. Harriet McDougal, Jordan’s editor and widow […]

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Mastiff by Tamora Pierce


It seems like such a long time since I first read Terrier, the first book in Tamora Pierce’s Provost’s Dog trilogy. Oh wait, that’s because it was six years ago, back in 2006. I only hazily remember the plot of the first book, but I remember enjoying it. (It’s definitely one of Pierce’s better books.) […]

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Mistborn: Birthright RPG in Preliminary Development


Brandon Sanderson has announced that early work on a Mistborn video game is now underway by Little Orbit, with Sanderson himself writing the dialogue. It is to be a “fast-paced, action game with some RPG elements,” where you play as a Mistborn in the early days of the Final Empire. (It will take place hundreds […]

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A Memory of Light Release Date Bumped, Michael Whelan to Illustrate


Tor has officially set the release date for the final Wheel of Time novel, A Memory of Light. It’s a bit later than was initially expected, at January 8, 2013. But don’t worry, it’s still going to come out in the Year of the Dragon! (The Chinese calendar is a lunar calendar, so the Dragon […]

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