Till We Have Faces is a story of both depth and beauty that far surpasses The Chronicles of Narnia.
Like a sack of dog feces that has been left on your doorstep and is frantically searching for a match.
It may be beautiful, but that's all it is.
A literary tale as sumptuous as a period costume.
Tarsem Singh's Immortals does not find too many takers in Indian theaters.
Keeping the reader on their toes, Riordan creates short, digestible chapters that make the reader want to keep reading.
Refreshing premise, but Cabot fails to deliver!
An object lesson on the power of love to overcome all obstacles, illustrated for young adults.
Infused with modern and ancient techniques, this vivid retelling of some of the most famous Greek/Roman myths proves those myths remain not only relevant but alive.
This Greek mythology-inspired episode is saved by its humor.