Novels

  • The Best Stephen King Movie Adaptations Part 1

    The Best Stephen King Movie Adaptations With the Dark Tower getting mixed reviews and several Stephen King movies never reaching the critical and commercial heights of the Novels, it’s time to look at the 10 Best Stephen King Movie Adaptations. Not any fault of Stephen Kings (Cough…Maximum Overdrive…Cough) adaptation’s...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Beyond Ender’s Game: Where to Go After Book #1

    Beyond Ender’s Game: Where to Go After Book #1 By Tahlia Merrill Kirk   If you’re a sci-fi fan, you’ve probably already read Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game. Heck, lots of high schools are now assigning it in English class, so there’s a growing number of non-nerds who have...
  • How Charles Dickens helped Shape the Marvel Universe

    How Charles Dickens helped Shaped The Marvel Universe We have Charles Dickens to thank for a lot of things in literary fiction but did you know he left his mark on the Marvel universe as well? I don’t mean he wrote a comic, although some of his books did...
  • Discover The Witcher’s Literary Origins in “The Last Wish”

    Discover The Witcher’s Literary Origins in “The Last Wish” Yes, we know – The Witcher is a great series of video games. As I’ve explicitly pointed out, the third installment may be one of the best roleplaying games of all time. It’s still being talked about ad nauseum, which...