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"Liesl & Po" by Lauren Oliver "Liesl and Po" is about a girl, a boy, a ghost, and a ghost pet. Will (the boy), confuses a box containing ashes of Henry Morbower, who is Liesl's father, with the most powerful magic in the world. Liesl is locked in the...
Whatever its literary merits, “Fifty Shades of Grey” can take credit for a few things. The phenomenal best-seller has brought kinky erotica out from under the covers and into the mainstream. It has provided comedians and parodists with ripe...
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I believe it was Ernest Hemingway who once commented that, “All things truly wicked start from an innocence.” As I watched the events in Aurora, Colo., unfold in the early morning hours following a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight...
Tags: The Herald-Mail, Gaming, Ernest Hemingway, Movies, Sharon Tate
As it is an annual tradition in the Vensel household every July, I picked up one of the many fantasy football preview magazines on Saturday while picking up some groceries. I went with the one from Sports Illustrated this year because the cover caught...
"Shadow of Night" by Deborah Harkness, Viking, 577 pages, $28.95. I have been eagerly awaiting this book for months. It is the follow-up to "A Discovery of Witches," one of my favorite books of all time. You should read them in order to follow what is...
It feels like it has taken longer to get to Super Tuesday than it took to get through seven books of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Republicans are using descriptors like "slow-burning" and "water torture" to describe their 2012 Republican...
Tags: Rick Santorum, Politics, Fiction, Lake Worth, Mitt Romney
Ray Bradbury died, and you've got to wonder if they're going to cremate him, and if so whether the temperature at which a human burns is the same at which a book burns: Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury was very old, and had become an old fashioned irascible...
Jacket CopyDo you want George R.R. Martin to write like the wind? Sing along....
24 FramesRay Bradbury, who died Wednesday at the age of 91, was a huge influence on the film world with science-fiction work such as The illustrated Man, The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451....
Tribune newspapersAnne Rice hasn’t written about vampires in almost a decade. But for many fans, she remains the authority on the undead. So when she made an appearance at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, a gathering of comic, fantasy and science fiction...
Coming unstuck in time, Pamela Regis was investigating the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. When the clocks struck 13, she dreamt she went to ... to Manderley? — no, McDaniel. Strange as it might seem, Regis' dream of jumbled-up...
He had already been proclaimed "the Picasso of children's books" by Time magazine when Maurice Sendak, then in his 30s, wrote and illustrated "Where the Wild Things Are," a dark fantasy that became one of the 10 bestselling children's books of all time....
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