The first of the CSI-novels. How does it compare to the TV-series?
Timothy Zahn returns to the Star Wars franchise once again. I review his novel, that got released over here this month: Choices of One
Introducing a new segment of my show: Shorties
The Trawn-Trilogie by Timothy Zahn is celebrated among Star Wars fans, but how good is he without a pre-established franchise?
Even the friendly neighborhood spider is in trouble, when three of the Anciens are trying eat him at once. And exactly that is the case in Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours by Jim Butcher.
The Library of Madness looks at the Star Wars franchise once again. This novel takes place between the prequels. Was it all worth it for this? That really could be.
What if Lucifer aka Satan aka the devil was a good guy and lived in London? He would call himself Sam and be the protagonist of Waywalkers by Catherine Webb.
This novel is based on the Resident Evil aka BioHazard franchise, but not on one game in particular. Its naming of biological weapons is not up to date anymore…