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    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray-A Review

    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray Review by Richard Lynch Following the excellent Lost Stars and the fantastic Bloodline, author Claudia Gray is back once again, with another novel that tells the story of Princess Leia. This time we meet Leia on her 16th birthday as...
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    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson

    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson Review By, Richard Lynch Captain Phasma was easily one of the biggest disappointments in The Force Awakens. Despite having a cool suit of armor, all she did in the film was yell at Finn and get thrown in a garbage shoot. Since...
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    Stephen King’s 1986 Novel ‘IT’ is his Masterpiece

    Everyone knows Stephen King is the master of horror literature. This is a fact; whether or not you agree or disagree is irrelevant. And everyone also knows that his 1986 novel It features an incredible antagonist. But there is so much more to the book than just a scary clown. Reading It has...
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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs By Richard Lynch Inferno Squad was decidedly a more interpersonal Star Wars book than most of the recent novels. As a result, there weren’t many big picture details or revelations about the larger galaxy. But that doesn’t mean...
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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden Review by Richard Lynch Inferno Squad opens on a scene familiar to any Star Wars fan, the Battle of Yavin rages as the Death Star inches toward its target and the destruction of the Rebellion. This time, however, we experience...
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    Rise of The Governor

    The Rise of the Governor gives readers insight into how Philip Blake became Governor of Woodbury, and, for those privy only to the TV series, it gives you insight into the name change of Brian and Philip. The Rise of the Governor begins a few weeks after shit’s hit...
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    Robin Hobb’s Fantasy Epic Realm of The Elderlings

    Robin Hobb has been publishing excellent fantasy books since the early 80s, but it was the publication of Assassin’s Apprentice in 1995 that put her on the map. I was first drawn to her books in middle school by their brightly illustrated colors. Assassin’s Apprentice kicked off a huge,...
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    A Conversation with Leonard Nimoy: I AM SPOCK

    The passing of Leonard Nimoy stills weighs heavy on the hearts of countless fans a short two years after his passing. Nimoy, the accomplished actor who most famously portrayed Spock on Star Trek, remains a pop culture icon even after his death. But you already knew that, didn’t you? I’ve never...
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    Charlie Higson’s The Enemy-A Review

    Charlie Higson’s The Enemy by Madison Worm Now there are plenty of Zombie series on TV, in comics, and in literature, but in literature, it can be hard to decide which series you want to try (considering a good number of them aren’t truly that great). Charlie Higson’s The...
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