The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson


With The Way of Kings, Brandon Sanderson begins a new richly-detailed fantasy series known as The Stormlight Archive. Clocking in at over 1,000 pages, it is only the very beginning of an epic story that will span an estimated ten books before its completion. There are three main protagonists, along with numerous side characters. Kaladin […]

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New Episodes of Warehouse 13, Eureka Resume July 11


Syfy has finally released the air dates for the season premiers of Warehouse 13 and Eureka. Both will air on July 11, 2011. Warehouse 13 is entering it’s third season, and Eureka will be continuing its fourth. (Eureka has a strange split-season thing going on, where Syfy airs half a season and then waits several […]

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Mistborn: The Alloy of Law Cover Art and Synopsis


Information about Brandon Sanderson’s new Mistborn novel are starting to surface. The Alloy of Law, set 300 years after the Mistborn trilogy, is set in a world transforming from a medieval-style setting to something more along the lines of the 1800s. Electric lighting and railroads have come to Scadrial, but the Allomancers and Feruchemists haven’t […]

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Discworld City Watch TV Series, Unseen Academicals Movie in Development


A large batch of Discworld news has just surfaced online. Sir Terry Pratchett is not only working on a new book, but has made some more movie deals. Snuff, currently estimated to be released this October, will be a new Discworld novel featuring Commander Vimes as the protagonist. It sounds like an early draft has […]

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Sherlock Holmes Sequel Gets Title, Release Date


ComingSoon.net is reporting that the sequel to the 2009 Sherlock Holmes film starring Robert Downey Jr. will be called Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, and will feature Stephen Fry as Sherlock’s brother, Mycroft Holmes. Downey returns as the title character, as does Jude Law for Dr. Watson. Professor Moriarty will be the primary villain. […]

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A Feast for Crows Review


This was a frustrating one. The fourth book in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, A Feast for Crows continues where its predecessor left off…but seems more like half a book than a full novel. It’s an enjoyable read, but it focuses primarily on the evil scheming folks down at […]

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Warner Brothers Casts Anne Hathaway in “The Dark Knight Rises”


In one fell swoop, Warner Brothers announced several big news items about the third Batman film to be written and directed by Christopher Nolan. The upcoming film will be called The Dark Knight Rises, and will feature Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle (Catwoman’s alter ego) and Tom Hardy as Bane. Christian Bale will return as […]

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Jim Butcher’s Grave Peril Review


In this book,  Jim Butcher split up vampires into groups similar to how he grouped werewolves in Fool Moon. There are three different types: Red Court which are traditional vampires but drug their victims and feast on them at parties, Black Court  which are monsters with little resemblance to humans, and White Court  which feed […]

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F. Paul Wilson’s Hosts Review


Hosts is the 5th book in the Repairman Jack series. For those of you who haven’t been introduced, Repairman Jack fixes things, fixes situations that are out of control. When people have a problem caused by illegal behavior, when there may not be a legal answer to the problem, they call Jack. Just Jack, because […]

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F. Paul Wilson’s All the Rage Review


All the Rage is the 4th book in the Repairman Jack series. The story centers around an impossible molecule that becomes inert a month after extraction from its source. All evidence of it (digital image, physical composition, notes on paper) reverts to a different molecule, different substance. Dr. Nadia Radzminsky has been hired to study […]

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