Ken Follett and his New Kingsbridge Epic

Ken Follett and his New Kingsbridge Epic

Ken Follett is widely renowned and hugely respected as a craftsman of historical epics. As a bestselling novelist, he ranks up there with Wilbur Smith, Tom Clancy, Dan Brown and Jeffrey Archer. Though he is arguably best-known for his historical trilogies, he has also...
Interview with Dorothy Koomson

Interview with Dorothy Koomson

  Here we’ll be taking a look at Koomson’s new book, as well as its precursor, and we’ll be sharing her kind responses to the questions that we asked her about her career and All My Lies Are True.   About Dorothy Koomson English author Dorothy Koomson has a...
The Return of Skulduggery Pleasant

The Return of Skulduggery Pleasant

  The world’s greatest skeleton sorcerer/detective and his feisty protégé are back with another villain-laced, dimension-hopping flight of dangers and thrills.   But first, a note about the two series: Skulduggery made his fiery debut way back in 2007. Since...
Some August Highlights

Some August Highlights

  For the first month in a few, August is really seeing plenty of exciting releases. We’re talking big titles, smash hits and uplifting gems. Here’s a handful of books that you won’t want to miss this month.   Miss Benson’s Beetle by Rachel Joyce It seems...
The Books of Sarah J. Maas: An Overview

The Books of Sarah J. Maas: An Overview

The series for which fantasy author Sarah J. Maas is best known, Throne of Glass, began its life when she was just sixteen years old. It began as a reimagining of Cinderella, positioning the character not as the put-upon and abused servant as which we know her, but as...