Although it has been a challenging few years for the movie industry things, have started to pick up again.
Of Men and Dragons by Steve Hayden is an exuberant and easy-to-read tale of first contact, by a lone human explorer armed with the curiosity and fortitude of classic early sci-fi.
While the number of months left in 2022 begins to shrink, the same thankfully can't be said about the number of great books that are available. As a result, our readers were once again spoiled for choice when selecting their favorite books this July.
The Villains Who Snapped My Spine is a memoir that, while written in a hospital bed after major surgery, manages to be filled with hope, humor, and inspirational courage.
From comedy to tragedy, Greek mythology is filled with epic stories and plenty of heroes as well as villains. Greek mythology has also remained popular over the years and significantly influenced many facets of arts, culture, and literature.
Public Opinion by Nathan Pettijohn is a compelling read—with each chapter there’s another disturbingly dark and authentic mirror being raised to reflect slippery, immoral, and opportunistic human behavior.
Even with advances in modern forensics, there are still some cases that continue to baffle investigators. Some are murders that date back to historical times, while others are more recent.
Through the Eyes of Blue is a truly moving and heart-wrenching story about growing up, life’s ups and downs, and genuine connection.
Thanks to the drama and intrigue, biographies and memoirs, especially those of famous people, are already very fascinating. However, the rags to riches stories of rockstar biographies make them especially compelling.
Sebastian Parker is a thirteen-year-old “alpha” who wants nothing more than to be a healer, but his life changes forever after joining the Academy and discovering that he is not like the other students.