Top 5 Recently Read Graphic-Novels

Despite being introduced to comics this year I was already familiar with many of the characters, and a portion of the storylines, due to...

Off-Topic: Daredevil (Season 2) Review

It's almost impossible to find errors in Daredevil's second season. By far it's the best venture I've ever glued my eyes to the screen...

Who Watches the Watchmen?

I had as much fun reading this maxiseries as much as I had writing this review. Going through Alan Moore's Watchmen (1986) is one...

Unseemly (2016) by Jason Parent – Book Review

I became a huge fan of Jason Parent after going through his story, Easy Pickings, on Wattpad earlier this year. The title might not...

September’s Author of the Month (2017) – Jason Parent

Jason, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author. Thank you...

I Love You Too, I Love You Three (2016) by Wendy...

This is my first review of a children's book and it has inspired so much that it won't be the last. I Love You...

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (2015) by Stephen King – Book...

The following review contains SPOILERS. I would like to make a statement before starting this review. I never thought that I would compare Stephen King...

Superman: Red Son (2011) by Mark Millar – Graphic-Novel Review

I'm not only a comic-book enthusiast—but a junkie. I've watched majority of the Marvel, DC and other comic-book film adaptations known to man. In...

Ready Player One (2011) by Ernest Cline – Book Review

This book was recommended to me by my dearest literary friends, Obaid and Syed Ali, and I could see why the former kept reminding...

Sophie’s World (1991) by Jostein Gaarder – Book Review

Recommended to me by a lecturer at my university, I can say there has never been a better literary suggestion. Sophie's World was written...

Pirate Latitudes (2009) by Michael Crichton – Book Review

Having read two of Michael Crichton's novels prior to this one, namely Timeline and The Terminal Man, I was no stranger to his preference...

August’s Author of the Month (2017) – Chad A. Clark

Chad, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Tell us about your humble beginnings as an author. Thank you for...

Two Bells At Dawn (2017) by Chad A. Clark – Book...

Two Bells At Dawn (2017) begins with a Foreword by Jack Wallen and I'm kickstarting this review with an excerpt from those wonderful words. If...

The Grownup (2015) by Gillian Flynn – Story Review

Having already read two of Gillian Flynn's novels: Gone Girl and Dark Places, I wasn't surprised that George R.R. Martin had asked her to...

Gone Girl (Comparison)

This is a comparison between the film and the novel it's based on. Both the screenplay and the book were written by Gillian Flynn....

Dark Places (2009) by Gillian Flynn – Book Review

I got hooked on to Gillian Flynn's writing style after reading Gone Girl. And her second novel Dark Places has certainly left a literal...

Sharp Objects (2006) by Gillian Flynn – Book Review

After the massive success of the Gone Girl (2012)'s cinematic adaptation, Gillian Flynn's second novel was also made into a movie starring Charlize Theron,...

July’s Poet of the Month (2017): The Duke of Quails

Our Poet of the Month for July 2017 is none other than The Duke of Quails. He is young in age but mature at...

Card of Fate: Poems of a Gambling Addiction (2016) by The...

Card of Fate: Poems of a Gambling Addiction (2016) is the sophomore poetry book by The Duke of Quails. And by no means is...

Secret of True Love: Poems from the Heart (2015) by The...

Secret of True Love: Poems from the Heart (2015) is a poetry book by The Duke of Quails which leaves no romantic heart untouched....