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    Jedi Archives: Is that you, Snoke? – The Spoilers of Empire’s End

    Jedi Archives: Is that you, Snoke? – The Spoilers of Empire’s End By Richard Lynch   As is often the case with new books in the Star Wars E.U., Empire’s End offers tons of new details and narrative developments that could mean big things for the future of Star...
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    Star Wars: Aftermath – Empire’s End by Chuck Wendig a review

    Star Wars: Aftermath – Empire’s End by Chuck Wendig a review By Richard Lynch “An Emperor must have friends, after all.” At the end of Life Debt, the second book in the Aftermath trilogy, readers were left with these words and all the mysteries it implied. More importantly it...
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    Stephen King’s ‘The Bazaar of Bad Dreams’ Proves King Is Still On Top

    I’ll come right out and say it: no, most of the stories in Stephen King’s latest collection of short stories are not particularly scary. There isn’t much in here that will keep you up long into the night from fear of falling asleep. What they will do, however, is...
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    Non-Comic Book Authors to Know About

    Non-Comic Book Authors to Know About It’s no secret that we’re big fans of comics books here at Geeked Gods, but that doesn’t mean those are the only books we read! Unsurprisingly, there are several geeky books worth reading – and no, we’re not just talking about Harry Potter,...
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    Jedi Archives: The Best (Canon) Books in the Galaxy

    Jedi Archives: The Best (Canon) Books in the Galaxy by Richard Lynch Welcome Back to the Jedi Archives, today we take a break from the minutia of Star Wars lore to take a look at some of the best books that have come out since Disney rebooted the Expanded...
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    H.P. Lovecraft and the Power of the Unkown

    Horror comes in many names, but few have ever had such an impact on the genre as a whole than H.P. Lovecraft. His tales contain horror in its most undiluted form, sharing with us the indescribable and unknowable to create something unspeakably chilling. Insanity, the enormity of space, and...
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    Review – Joe Hill’s ‘NOS4A2’

    After having only read two books by Joe Hill, I’m ready to call him one of my favorite modern authors. As stated in my review of his most recent book, The Fireman, his books are simply too compelling to put down. And though I still back my statement of him...
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    Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno Review

    Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno Review Reviewed by Richard Lynch So, Star War prequels are cool again? I’m excited for pretty much anything Star Wars by default; I quote the Phantom Menace far more often than any sane person should. But, truth be told...
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    Ray Bradbury’s ‘The Halloween Tree’ is an Overlooked Classic

    Ray Bradbury is the voice of October. His prose consists of Autumn leaves, cold nights, and the supernatural. Reading Bradbury is much like reading a very long poem – his words twist and weave through the pages, riddled with metaphor and rich allegory. While many will turn to Something Wicked...