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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor takes something from everything

By: Mike Cotsalas

If gamers are familiar the Assassins Creed series or Batman: Arkham City and Asylum, they have probably heard or played Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. 491 more words

Teen Interest

From my Window / Dalla mia Finestra

Quello che vedo dalla mia finestra è il mondo come appare. Attraverso il vetro traslucido, opaco, alle volte graffiato, lo spettacolo della vita continua anche senza di me. 96 more words

Alice Bettolo

Reading Together #16

I present to you my sixteenth instalment of Weltenwanderers and SchlunzenbüchersGemeinsam Lesen” (Reading Together).

Each Tuesday one of them asks four questions, with the first three always being the same about the book one is currently reading and the fourth a new one by either of them. 530 more words

Book

The Dark Tower - a chance meeting

Good morning, or evenng Ladies and Gentlemen ! This is your captain speaking. Welcome back on board of I.S.S. Rover. And welcome to our newest adventure. 932 more words

Books/reading

Sustained by a Longing for Beauty

“The wizard leapt upon the horse’s back. Aragorn lifted Pippin and set him in Gandalf’s arms, wrapped in cloak and blanket.

‘Farewell! Follow fast!’ cried Gandalf. 580 more words

Gandalf

The Beatles' Lord of the Rings: the Best Movie Never Made?

“Some things, which should not have been forgotten, were lost.”

Even if you subscribe to the multiverse theory—in which there are millions upon millions of universes existing simultaneously, each one different than the last—it’s still almost impossible to imagine a reality wherein The Beatles starred in a live-action adaptation of  410 more words

Randoms

A Long-Expected Revisit, Part One: The Hobbit (book)

The last time I reread both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings was many years ago–probably at least five. Which is completely unacceptable. Note for the future: Tolkien rereads should happen every other year. 262 more words

20th Century Literature