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Blu-ray Review: ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’

The Hobbit, The Desolation of Smaug, Bilbo

If you’re a fan of Peter Jackson’s treatment of Tolkien’s work, there’s no reason not to pick this up right away. Read More »

Interview: Genevieve Crownson, Author of ‘The Soul of the Sun’

Genevieve Crownson

Genevieve Crownson lives in Charleston, SC with her family. She is an avid animal lover and can often be found with her fur-legged friends. Currently, she is at work on the second book in her Argos Dynasty series, the follow up to her highly anticipated novel The Soul of the Sun. Congratulations on the release of your latest book, The Soul of ... Read More »

Book Review: The Golden Door Book One of The Doors Trilogy by Emily Rodda

A fun adventure which raises some interesting questions about the nature of society. Read More »

Book Review: How Beauty Met the Beast by Jax Garren

This isn't Walt Disney's version of Beauty and the Beast. This is a fantasy with sex, intrigue and a drag queen. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: Lego: The Lord of the Rings

Lego: The Lord of the Rings is the deepest adventure yet in a Lego game and is a beautiful effort despite a few technical issues. Read More »

Book Reviews: Elves: Once Walked with Gods and Elves: Rise of the TaiGethen by James Barclay

James Barclay balances the action of sword and sorcery with intricate storylines and characters not easily categorized as heroes or villains. Read More »

Book Review: The Eden Paradox by Barry Kirwan

Fifty years into the future, the earth is maimed by war and is near collapse from heat exhaustion... Read More »

Why the Star Wars Blu-ray Changes Are Not Such a Big Deal

Much ado about nothing methinks? (Methinks being the only word I've heard from both Star Wars and Shakespeare) Read More »

Book Review: Ashes, Ashes by Jo Treggiari

Treggiari’s breathtaking Ashes, Ashes is set in apocalyptic New York City. Read More »

Book Review: Abandon by Meg Cabot

Refreshing premise, but Cabot fails to deliver! Read More »