A desperate mission well behind enemy lines. A rescue that has more than just the fate of a few hostages in the balance, the very reputation of the SAS is on the line, can the team achieve the impossible?
The Cuckoo's Calling is an astonishingly good debut mystery novel by Robert Galbraith ( now revealed as JK Rowling).
An essential work of historical fiction, Michener paints the portrait of eight centuries of epic Polish history through the struggles of three families. Inspiring and powerful - a necessary read.
After lunch with Faith and Sarah and the presentation of Julie's ring, Nathaniel has many questions that need to be answered.
A look at the riddles used in The Hobbit. These are taken from chapter 5, Riddles in the dark. we look at all the Riddles and the answers that both Bilbo and Gollum give.
It’s a dangerous business going out your front door because Seth Tomko examines how Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings fulfills Joseph Campbell’s ideas about the functions of myth.
Writers Nora Roberts and Danielle Steel are two of the most read romance authors of our time. People love them both for different reasons and they both share readers from all walks of life. This article is meant to explore the differences between these two iconic figures of the pen.
This one line, included in "Dracula", immortalized Bürger's "Lenore" -- or perhaps "immortalized" is not the right word: "Lenore" and its author are as undead as the vampire himself!
The benevolent watchmen of Middle-earth, the Valar play a crucial role in early development of the world up into it's Second Age. While benevolent however, their authority is pot-marked with highs and lows: particularly with their relationship to Middle-earth's inhabitants.
Gaston Leroux Wrote The Phantom of The Opera a hundred years ago. It is a gothic novel placed under fiction. However some facts of the legend are laced with truth.