Okay, hear me out on this one, okay? Author: Max Brooks Page Count: 288 (Hardcover) Published By: Del Rey Audio Book Narrated By: Jack Black (Not a joke) Release Date: July 18th, 2017 Link to Purchase (Amazon) Right now, you're likely having the same thought I did when I first saw this book in my… Continue reading Minecraft: The Novelization By World War Z (How’s This Book?)
Written By: Bryan Burrough Performed By: Steve White Run Time: 2 Hours, 45 Minutes Published By: Audible Link to Purchase If you're expecting a clever joke to open this one up, then I'm afraid I'll have to disappoint you. There isn't any room for comedy when discussing this story. As much as I love a… Continue reading The Demon Next Door: Three Hours of Depression (How’s This Book?)
Written By: Neil Gaiman Publication Date: February 7th, 2017 Published By: W.W. Norton & Company Page Count (Hardcover): 304 Link to Purchase (Amazon) I've had a deep fascination with ancient mythology since I was a little kid. Primarily with Greek myth. After reading Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series, I found myself enamored by the stories… Continue reading Norse Mythology: How’s This Book?
Written by: Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell Publication Date: October 10th, 2013 Published by: Simon & Schuster Pages: 266 Link to Purchase Despite only being around for only a century, the art of film has become the single most lucrative and saturated medium in the world. Countless films come out every day, from massive blockbusters… Continue reading The Disaster Artist: How’s This Book?
Wednesdays I love books. I love to read books, to talk about books, and most of all: I love to write books. But as I got older, I found myself reading less and less, to the point that I struggle to even find the time to pick a book up! Luckily, I've come up with… Continue reading How’s This Book?
A few days ago, I spent some time with a friend in the library. We did exactly what you'd expect: we caught up, made fun if kids playing Fortnite, and looked at books. In this process, we stumbled upon a series neither of us had read in quite some time. The Percy Jackson series by… Continue reading Day 261: The Percy Jackson Problem
Yesterday, the first trailer for the Artemis Fowl movie aired. About a decade or so after the series came to it's end. And everyone's moved on. Disney, you have impeccable timing. Honestly though, it looks solid. We haven't seen much, but what we have seen looks somewhat faithful to the original book. The only changes… Continue reading Day 259: Artemis Fowl