C.A. Higgins’ Radiate, the final book in the Lightless Trilogy, is out today. Fans of the series will likely find that Radiate is a satisfying conclusion—but there were definitely a few issues. [click to continue…]
A year ago we learned that Andy Weir was working on a book that involved a crime spree on the moon. Needless to say, we were intrigued by the idea of moon crimes. Now we know that the book will be entitled Artemis and it will be out in November. We also know a lot more about the plot. The synopsis reads: [click to continue…]
There are two bits of interesting Harry Potter news to report today. First off, the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play has finally settled on a date for its Broadway debut at the Lyric Theatre: April 22, 2018. Tickets will go on sale sometime this fall, and they will undoubtedly sell out in an instant. So keep tabs on the Cursed Child Twitter page for info.
The second bit of news is that Pottermore has announced that an official Wizarding World Book Club is coming soon. [click to continue…]
The latest round of Star Wars Little (and Big) Golden Books has debuted, and they look just as adorable as the series released last year. The new titles available for pre-order include I am a Hero, The Big Golden Book Of Starships, Speeders and Space Stations, Heroes and Villains Little Golden Book Collection, and The Big Golden Book of Aliens, Creatures, and Beasts. [click to continue…]
X-Files fans will be happy to hear that a new audiobook will be available this July called The X-Files: Cold Cases that features the voices of a sizable chunk of the main cast. Basically, it’s a really long X-Files movie that you can’t see! [click to continue…]
Have you been following the #OperationBlueMilk Star Wars book mystery on Twitter? Well, the details have finally been revealed, and…holy crap. Del Rey is releasing a MASSIVE anthology called Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View that will bring together (over) 40 all-star authors for 40 stories told from the perspective of background characters in A New Hope. [click to continue…]