The dystopian science fiction novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick was first published in 1968 and has been hugely influential. The 1982 Ridley Scott film, Blade Runner, was based on the novel as well as the 2017 sequel.
Tharadis, warden of Naruvieth, has a duty to protect all those in his city not only from the legendary sheggam but also from the other threats that the Runeway can carry from beyond Andrin’s Wall.
Action, adventure, romance, thrills, and inspiration, the best books for April 2021 as chosen by our readers, once again has it all. These are the books that captivated our readers and kept them company during the month of April.
Complete vision loss is a terrifying prospect, but many people manage to navigate life successfully without being able to see. Many activities that most people take for granted can be very challenging or even impossible for people with this disability.
Joseph and the Seven Swords is the story of a young man who sets off on an adventure after discovering that he is destined to be a king.
The name Jack the Ripper struck fear into the hearts of many during the 19th century. As the murders continued and Jack continued to evade the police, his story became legendary.
The Stagsblood Prince by Gideon Wood is the intriguing beginning to an epic dark gay fantasy trilogy. With a central focus on the agony of loss and redemption, it may be a challenging read with powerful authenticity for those who have struggled with addiction.
People have been looking for meaningful connections since the dawn of time, so it is no surprise that the internet has become another tool to do so.
City of Bridges by Andre Jones has all the elements to please a reader of high fantasy; a richly imagined world populated by intriguing creatures and a troubled heroine on a dangerous quest
The Hunt for Red October, which was published in 1984, launched the career of Tom Clancy and was also the debut of his most popular character, Jack Ryan.