The Expanse novels written by James S.A. Corey are some of the best SciFi literature to be published in a long time. Here’s why.
The end is here! This was a massive set of chapters, but there was so much action happening that there was no good place to stop. The last 20 chapters of The Eye of the World are quite the rollercoaster. New important friends are made, the Dark One is gaining power, and astonishing truths are learned.
Everyone is slowly trying to get to the safety of Tar Valon, but it is proving to be a daunting task. Moiraine, Lan, and Nynaeve make it to Whitebridge, but after Rand and Mat have already fled. Perrin, Egwene, and Elyas are pursued by relentless, killing ravens. Rand and Mat are fairing a bit better, but not for long. Will everyone survive the clutches of the Dark One?
New developments abound for the intrepid travelers! Perrin discovers he’s not like other men. Rand and Mat face demons in dreams and the waking world. Thom makes a drastic choice. SO much is happening!
The group from the Two Rivers is still split up. Mat and Rand are on board the Spray, traveling down the river Arinelle with Thom. Egwene and Perrin meet a new interesting friend, with other friends of his own. These next few chapters of The Eye of the World focus on the three boys, the three who are being heavily pursued by the Dark One. And they soon learn that no place is safe from Ba’alzamon.
The excitement builds during the next chapters of The Eye of the World! Trollocs, Fades, new places, new threats and new friends. Can the Aes Sedai keep the safe?
The Two Rivers group is chased by beastly Trollocs and eyeless Fades. After a long road, they arrive in Baerlon after fleeing trouble in Emond’s Field. Once in Baerlon they meet friends and foes alike. As the group stay at an inn, Aes Sedai Moiraine introduces them to a special woman named Min. And so the next chapters start, and are about to get very exciting!
“The Wheel of Time turns…” With the upcoming television series for The Wheel of Time rolling forward, a re-read of the book series is in order! For the both long time fans of the series and those new to the world of Robert Jordan, the first step will be book one, The Eye of the World.
The most prolific horror writer of his time delivers once again with last year’s The Outsider, a supernatural detective story, with the twists, turns and scares that King does so well.
An introduction to Terry Pratchett for those who do not know his work before his novel Good Omens becomes a television show
In 2003, one game would take not only Star Wars, but the whole RPG genre by storm, and help shape the future of Star Wars. This is Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and its creation is the subject of the twentieth Boss Fight Book, written by Alex Kane.
These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970s, focuses on Star Trek’s creator in n extremely well researched volume. But, what does the author have to say about his subjects?
E.K. Johnston supplies a riveting character study of a planetary ruler transforming into a galactic politician, as Padmé Amidala comes out from her Queen’s Shadow and finds her voice in the calm before the storm.
In October 2018 Amazon Video bought the television rights to The Wheel of Time. For fantasy book fans around this world, this was huge. It IS huge. The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan is one of the most loved fantasy series, spanning a total of fourteen novels. With production of the television show starting to ramp up, it’s time to explore, re-read, and speculate on one of the most complex, entertaining high fantasy series of all time.
Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy by Amy Ratcliffe is a new hardcover book showcasing the female heroes, villains, rogues, and scoundrels from the Star Wars universe.