Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse Moves to the Netflix-verse

Kathleen Nolan ’23 Book Staff Writer Fans of Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse have gotten some pretty big news recently: Bardugo has...

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Why Isn’t Genre Fiction Taken Seriously?

There is a certain flavor of snobbery within the literary world regarding genre fiction. Find out why this is the case here.

Review: Answering Big Questions With 'The Children of Darkness' (The Seekers, #1)

When a teaching corrupts one of the kids, the others are forced to save him. One night, a whisper of hope in the darkness leads three children—Nathaniel, Orah, and Thomas—on an adventure for the truth, and an unimaginable freedom.

Review: Answering Big Questions With ‘The Children of Darkness’ (The Seekers, #1)

When a teaching corrupts one of the kids, the others are forced to save him. One night, a whisper of hope in the darkness leads three children—Nathaniel, Orah, and Thomas—on an adventure for the truth, and an unimaginable freedom.

Review: Magnificent Storms are Brewing in ‘Horizon Storms’ (The Saga of Seven Suns, #3)

A space opera for the ages, "Horizon Storms" is the third novel in science fiction series, The Saga of Seven Suns. In this story, humans are trying to hold their own in a war that is bigger than they are.

Remembering Terry Pratchett: Don’t Fear the Reaper and Other Lessons

On March 12, 2015, modern literature lost one of its great pillars with the passing of Sir Terry Pratchett. Though the world may mourn what it lost with Pratchett’s passing, it must also remember what he has left behind.

'Orphan Black' Season 3: First Teaser Trailer and Premiere Date Revealed

The BBC America science fiction series, 'Orphan Black,' now has an official premiere date and a first teaser trailer for its upcoming third season.

Unexpected Beauty|Review Of "The Map of Time"

"The Map of Time" is the first novel in the Trilogía Victoriana and pulls historical fiction together with fantasy and science fiction.

Unexpected Beauty|Review Of “The Map of Time”

"The Map of Time" is the first novel in the Trilogía Victoriana and pulls historical fiction together with fantasy and science fiction.

An Exquisite Take on Connectivity: Review: “Cloud Atlas”

Cloud Atlas is a stand-alone novel that shifts between timelines to bring together multiple genres Science Fiction, Drama, and Fantasy as it goes from the past to the future and back.

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