Virtual reality becomes a little too real when players of the Lands of Might and Magic end up murdered in real life after their characters are killed in-game. 
 The original Fallout game was released in 1997 and quickly garnered a cult following thanks to its Atompunk retrofuturistic setting and dry sense of humor.
Since 2024 is a leap year, our readers had an additional day during the month of February.
Molly Bloom caused quite a stir in 2014 with the release of her memoir Molly's Game. The memoir chronicles her experiences hosting poker tournaments after an injury put an end to her dreams of becoming an Olympic skier.
In Yes And (Ish), Paul Teresi explores the unpredictable ups and downs of life, through one unusual friendship.
While most girls her age dream of being princesses, Kris would much rather be a knight. She gets an opportunity to make her dream come true while visiting her grandmother's farm and stumbling across a hidden kingdom deep in the woods. 
Ten-year-old Liam is terrified when he sees what appears to be a beast outside his window while at his family's vacation home.
There’s no denying that Victorian-era England was utterly obsessed with Egypt. There are numerous written accounts of travel to the country, and plenty of writers and artists traveled to Egypt for inspiration.
Shattered Eternity: The First Stanza, by Artyom Marklov, is a new fantasy novel with intriguing litRPG elements.
There’s no better way to start a new year than with a new book, which is exactly what our readers did. From romance to fantasy and every genre in between, January had plenty of great books to choose from.