In our previous article, we took a look at some of the weird and wonderful books featuring superheroes, supervillains and everything in between.
Zentransa changed the world, but not everyone is happy about living in a world where those who can afford the pill are able to thrive without the need for sleep – and they are ready to get violent to make their point.
Although 2020 has gotten off to a rather rocky start there was at least no shortage of great books to read. These books all offered a brief escape from the stress and dramas of daily life.
Geist and the Ethereal Squadron face both new and old enemies in their attempt to protect Russian noble families from a sorcery-hungry Kaiser willing to do the unthinkable to gain more power.
The Dig by John Preston is a 2007 historical novel that is based on the excavation at Sutton Hoo in 1939. This excavation is considered by many people to be one of the most famous archaeological digs to occur in Britain during modern times.
In The End manages to straddle diverse genres while telling a story that is as compelling as it is unpredictable.
Both Marvel and DC have had a lot of success with comic book franchises such as The Avengers, Batman, Wonder Woman, Guardians of The Galaxy and Black Panther on the big screen.
Although many fans of The Witcher books by Andrzej Sapkowski had their doubts about the television series by Netlix the streaming giant managed to deliver a great show.
Rise of the Champion, by Clara C. Johnson, is a fantasy novel with strong friendships and many surprising twists.
In the first part of our article we looked at books such as Nine Perfect Strangers, Made For Love, The Luminaries, Brave New World and I Know This Much Is True that are all primed for television adaptations in 2020.