The bard’s take on a galaxy far, far away

The first “Star Wars” was a landmark in filmmaking, pushing the boundaries of what could be done with special effects back in the late ‘70s. When adapting to another medium, then, the most obvious choice is classical theater —Wait, what?!

‘The Eye of Moloch’ is bafflingly bad

In the first sentence of Glenn Beck's new thriller, “The Eye of Moloch,” Beck manages to abandon what it means to be a writer....

‘A Storm of Swords’ will break hearts while engaging readers

Warning: Review contains spoilers for the first two “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels There should be a support group for fans of George R. R. Martin’s fantasy series, “A Song of Ice and Fire.” No human can possibly take the punishment Martin doles out to readers.

Long time Alaskan launches book

Victor Fischer, an Alaskan resident since 1950, has a book launch Oct. 30 for his up-and-coming book, “To Russia With Love,” a journey about his adventurous life.

‘The Fault in Our Stars’ – John Green

From the author of An Abundance of Katherines and Looking for Alaska comes a new-age Shakespearean tragedy, The Fault in Our Stars. Trading poison...

‘The Giver’ is a classic read

Originally a phenomena when published in 1993, The Giver (the first of a loosely bound trilogy) has continued to enthrall subsequent generations. Written by...