Maybe there should be another word for “world-building?”
In this review, the world of the Targaryens is historicized by one Archmaester Gyldayn.
Written by the forgotten Tolkien
The unfortunate reality is that not every woman, either in literature or real life, can be classified as the type of empowered female character that Gal Gadot would portray in the live-action adaption.
Imagine a fantasy world with dinosaurs instead of dragons.
Hi guys (as Elliot Brooks usually introduces in her YouTube videos), I will be reviewing a book by a BookTuber, which is a first on my website. Plot Peace and […]
Even the greatest writers make mistakes.
The edition I ordered was a used book with a lot of writings in it and dog-eared pages. Upon finishing the book, I can definitely understand why. There is a […]
Just like my previous entries, there were some hiatuses, but I managed to get this one done. Plot In the fictional Yantuck Mountain, the reservation must prepare for the appointment […]
“American Indian Story: The Adventures of Sha’kona,” by Jana Mashonee and Stephan Galfas | AIM Literature Review
This is a Young Adult novel written by Jana Mashonee, who is also Native American musician who has won eight Native American Music Awards. In fact, one of her albums […]
It [the letter] gave me the notion of an exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence. It made me tingle with enthusiasm. This was the unbounded power of eloquence—of words—of burning noble words.” – Joseph Conrad, “Heart of Darkness”
Beneath these weathered editions is a timeless element.
A look into a unique fantasy novel.
Nor are their procrastinations and pacings-about unproductive
“So Grendel waged his lonely war, inflicting constant cruelties on the people, atrocious hurt. He took over Heorot, haunted the glittering hall after dark, but the throne itself, the treasure-seat, he was kept from approaching; he was the Lord’s outcast.” – “Beowulf,” Lines 164-169
This genre has the reputation–and notoriety–of being high-brow literature