Like many other great stories Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has a lot to say in between the lines as a cautionary tale which is still applicable.
I’ve enjoyed the BRZRKR character, but the real strength of these comics is the supporting cast. After all, the main character is, frankly, not that interesting
This is one of the best historical fiction books I’ve read in a while, it revolves around a 23-year-old Caesar taking on a corrupt Roman Bureaucrat, in court
Fourteen-year-old Blaze Union has risen as the improbable hope for becoming the boss of the nation’s schools, and challenging the supreme prime minister himself
Reading The Black Widow by Daniel Silva in 2024 seems strange, almost surreal. Unfortunately even when the book was published in 2016 it seemed almost prophetic
Bond joins a multi-national black-ops team to stop a Neo-Nazi organization with plenty of resources to worry even the strongest governments
The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett takes place in a world where people learn how to manipulate plants and the human body
I thought this book was very well researched, the author stayed within the rigid historical timeline while telling a fictional story
The book is enjoyable, and I can see why people like it. For me it was more like a beach read, pleasing and agreeable but neither challenging nor introspective
The mash up of a Mexican western, a generational saga, and magical realism works extremely well at the hands of this talented author.