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Book Hunters in Brief #53: The Hobbit

So the much anticipated premier of the third installment of the Hobbit movie trilogy has come and gone and left you wandering in circles. Book Hunters have some reading suggestions that may just get you back on track. 

Book Hunters in Brief #48: The Hunger Games

As fictional heroines go, Katniss Everdeen is as tough, smart and resilient as they come. No doubt about it. But there are plenty of other heinie-kicking heroines out there, just as Panem isn't the only chillingly dystopian society in the YA aisle. This week, in honor of the coming premiere of Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1,  (November 21) Book Hunters offers a few Hunger Games readalikes for when you're hankering for some more savory reads.

Book Hunters in Brief # 47: Rick Riordan Readalikes

If you or someone you know is a fan of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series and have read and reread every book, then you're probably looking for something new to fill that space till the next installment. Here cones Book Hunters to the rescue!

The Invisible Tower by Nils Johnson-Shelton
Loki's Wolves by K.L. Armstrong and M.A. Marr
D'Aulaire's Book of Greek Myths by Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire
Colossus Rises by Peter Lerangis
The Forbidden Stone by Tony Abbott
Gods of Manhattan by Scott Mebus

You say you prefer to read about the demimonde while drinking a demitasse of espresso to reading about demigods?

Book Hunters in Brief #45: TV's Grimm and Fairy Tales for the Big Kids

For a long time, most of us thought of fairy tales as pure kidstuff, but it wasn't always thus. They started out as folk tales and they were decidedly un-Disney-like. Now, they've come full circle and you can find fairy tales for grown-ups all over TV, as well as, on the shelves of your favorite library. HCPL's Book Hunters thinks that's a good thing.

A Fitting End To The Series

magicians land  I finally got a chance to finish The Magicians series, and I’m glad that I did.

 

Favorite SF Series: List of 10

Lists are fun.  Some lists can really stir fans’ passions about their particular topic.  I always enjoy reading “Best” or “Most influential” lists of Speculative Fiction books.  The comments found with those lists are often great ways to find new books.  With this in mind, I’ve decided to write up my list of top 10 favo

Re-Read Wednesday: The Magicians

The Magicians

I tried to read through Lev Grossmans: The Magicians a few years ago when it first released and fizzled out towards the end.  At the urging of some friends I’ve decided to give it another try.

 

Robin Hobb: Fool's Assassin

 I had the privilege of reading Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb recently, due to be published in August 2014.

Dungeons And Dragons Is Back With An All New Core System

DnD Monster Manual 3.5Time to break out the pencil, paper and twenty sided dice; Wizards of the Coast is getting ready to release its newest edition of Dungeons and Dragons.

 

 

 

 

Book Hunters in Brief #22: Mortal Instruments

In Brief 22 graphicIf you're on pins and needles waiting for the final book of the Mortal Instruments series, try these titles to take the edge off.

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