In this enthralling sequel Hollow City by Ransom Riggs, Jacob Portman finds himself in the past, specifically September of 1940. While he chose this path for himself, the peculiar children he has joined are hunted by hollows and wights, and their beloved Miss Peregrine is trapped in her bird form.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs is a highly enjoyable read. It revolves around a 16 year old boy Jacob, who witnesses the mysterious death of his grandfather. While no one believes him after he recites what he saw, a select few of peculiar children understand.
Mash Up is a book compiled of short stories that are made up using the first lines from great works of literature. This creative and delightful anthology of short stories spanning thirteen authors was a delightful read in the Science Fiction and Fantasy category.
Following a summer of exciting movie premieres, 20th Century Fox has released the official trailer for their motion picture of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. This original three-book series has been brought to the big screen by the sensational innovator, Tim Burton.
The Official Warcraft Movie Novelization written by author Christie Golden tells the story of one of the most popular movies of the summer, Warcraft, in vivid detail. Following her previous novel, The Official Warcraft Movie Prequel ‘Durotan’, the plot begins to thicken as Durotan and his fellow orcs travel through a portal to a new world full of life.
The Official Warcraft Movie Prequel ‘Durotan’ by Christie Golden tells of the trials and toils of the Frostwolf orc clan, and what happens when their faithful Spirits that they pray to start to diminish. The entire world around them, Draenor, starts to crumble, and a strange warlock orc Gul’dan gives them the option to join his Horde in a plentiful land.