Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes is a great book to add to your Dungeons & Dragons collection. Chock full of new lore and monsters, the tome will help DMs and players alike fall deeper into the world in which their characters exist. Enter for a chance to win your own copy in our giveaway!
Neverworld Wake is about genius and betrayal and money — about the perversion of friendships and nihilism. The prose, the characters, the plot — all perfection. This is a perfect atmospheric read – find your own corner of the universe and prepare to be wrapped up and whisked away into the Neverworld.
Title: LIFEL1K3 Author: Jay Kristoff Pub. Date: May 29, 2018 Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook Pages: 416 Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Audible, B&N, iBooks, TBD If the name Jay Kristoff sounds familiar…
We can’t say enough good things about The Queen’s Rising. The absolute worst part of the story is it’s over. This is Rebecca Ross’ first novel, and it’s a whirlwind dance of history, romance, adventure, and atmosphere led by a stellar heroine. We can’t wait to see what comes next.
If you need help getting into the convention spirit, here is a list of five recent convention-centric young adult novels that will have you vicariously exploring convention floors and living your best nerd life!
The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl is a stellar debut middle-grade novel, especially for gifted kids! Author Stacy McAnulty effectively captures the feeling of middle school growing pains and infuses the book with earnest heart.
The LA Times Festival of Books is worth a visit if you happen to be in the area. Books, music, crafts, conversations, sun – what could be better than that?
The Pros of Cons is a book that embraces convention culture — and not just when it comes to comic book conventions either. The book imagines a weekend in which four very different groups of people come together in one convention center over a single weekend. Cue the shenanigans.
All in all, it’s unfortunate that the Tasty cookbook was disappointing. Paging through this book is a trite and underwhelming experience. I’ll stick to scrolling through Tasty’s videos instead.