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Trailer: The Battle of the Five Armies


The Edge of Night, sang by Peregrin Took

Home is behind
The world ahead
And there are many paths to tread
Through shadow
To the edge of night… 18 more words


Review: Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake

Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Weird, evocative, scary, funny, all wrapped into one. Peake’s style is totally unique, and his characters even more so. 197 more words


Gold Medal Winner!

Philomena Sparks has won a gold medal at the Global Ebook Awards under the Steampunk category. I found out yesterday and was not expecting this at all. 147 more words

Fairy Tale Matchmaker- by E.D. Baker

Cory hates being a Tooth fairy. The hours are horrible, the human world is dangerous, and the pay is a joke. After one last attempt to collect teeth and being chased by a pack of dogs, she quits. 276 more words

Book Review

Middle-Earth McDonalds

It was the dawn of the Fourth Age. The Men of Middle-Earth had organized themselves once more. King Elessar had been crowned king of Gondor and Arnor. 291 more words


Interview: George R.R. Martin

In an interview to The Guardian‘s reporter Mark Lawson, the creator of of A Song of Ice and Fire talks about celebrity, Scotland and the unused material that he’s tempted to publish. 6 more words

Contemporary Literature

The Blade Itself Review

by Matthew Thompson

My journey into the fantasy genre continues with Joe Abercrombie’s First Law Trilogy. It took me a bit to get used to the writing style in Abercrombie’s first novel… 961 more words