Michael has started reviewing Graphic Audio books which aim to create “A Movie in Your Mind.” First up is Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. Does it sound like a winner?
Michael continues his audio book series review of the Ghost Seer novels by Robin D. Owens. Next stop: Book 3 and Ghost Killer.
While the first book in the Ghost Seer series was a little bit lackluster, Book 2, Ghost Layer, really picks up the pace and the quality in a big way that helps put the series back on track.
Ghost Seer is the first in a brand new series from author Robin D. Owens. How does it stack up against its paranormal competition?
This week we look at the audiobook version of Firefight, from the always amazing author Brandon Sanderson. Is the sequel to Steelheart a feast for the eyes and ears? Michael is here to tell you the answer to that question!
The 100 Greatest Console Video Games 1977-1987 is a conversation and controversy starter made for prominent display. There is no doubt it will get shakes of agreement and vocal protests from one colorful page to the next.
While it is a common complaint that many video games lack good stories, Video Game Storytelling offers the causes, symptoms and solutions. It’s a must read for any aspiring game designer, or just for folks who appreciate good games.
The Dragon Age: Last Flight novel takes us deep into BioWare’s stylistic world to reveal the history of a long ago blight that wiped out the beautiful griffin riders.
The Evil Within #1 is one of four prequel comics that accompany the game. Charting events before the main story, it’s light on horror and story.
This week’s book review is Soul Shift, a novel inspired by anime, yet expressed using only words. How can such a concept actually work, or is it even possible? We find out.