Ready Player One sequel: Ready Player Two arrives this year from Ernest Cline | Books | Entertainment

Ready Player One brought unprecedented amounts of joy to readers in 2011 when it was first released. While the concept of virtual reality had certainly been around since the days of William Gibson’s Neuromancer, Ernest Cline crafted a nuanced childlike wonderland within the Oasis – despite it being set during a bleak and barren futuristic More...

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By zshapshap On Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

Outlander book 9: Diana Gabaldon details Roger MacKenzie’s most dangerous scene yet | Books | Entertainment

This week saw her granting yet another glimpse into the book that is on its way through her Twitter account, and it involves Roger MacKenzie. While not a lot is known about what sort of situation Roger is in More...

By zshapshap On Monday, July 6th, 2020

Winds of Winter: Could MOVIE get in the way of finishing Winds of Winter? GRRM responds | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones fans were unimpressed by the way the series ended – so much so that many have given up on the franchise altogether. However, George RR Martin is undeterred from making more Hollywood spin-offs, More...

By zshapshap On Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Game of Thrones: Jon Snow ending foreshadowed in A Storm of Swords book? | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones’ ending revealed George RR Martin’s plan for his remaining ASOIAF books in The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring. This presumably included that Jon Snow will murder Daenerys Targaryen More...

By zshapshap On Saturday, July 4th, 2020

Outlander: Frank Randall to see massive storyline in book 9 | Books | Entertainment

Many readers have defended Frank during his time in the Outlander books all the way up until his death. Now, in an interview with Penguin Random House back in 2017, author Gabaldon spoke out about Frank and More...

By zshapshap On Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Find Them Dead review – The latest and worst in the Roy Grace series | Books | Entertainment

But really Roy is a peripheral character. This is the story of the trial of a major drug dealer and an attempt to nobble the jury by leaning on Meg Magellan, a 42-year-old widow, who is about to be made redundant. More...

By zshapshap On Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

Winds of Winter update: Has George RR Martin made NEW promise to fans? | Books | Entertainment

George RR Martin has been forced to isolate ‘in the mountains’ for some time thanks to COVID-19. However, this time has given him some much-needed solitude to get writing his latest book, The Winds of Winter. More...

By zshapshap On Wednesday, July 1st, 2020

Outlander books were almost ‘cancelled’ by publisher before first release – here’s why | Books | Entertainment

Outlander fans have no doubt struggled to give details about the books when discussing them with friends. While the day-to-day pages of Claire Fraser and Jamie Fraser’s lives are relatively non-conforming More...

By zshapshap On Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Winds of Winter release date: Will George RR Martin finish in 2020? Author ‘confirms’ date | Books | Entertainment

The Winds of Winter may end up being the final book in the A Song of Ice and Fire books. At present it is believed to be the sixth in a seven-part series, though it is proving to be a hefty tome if George RR More...

By zshapshap On Monday, June 29th, 2020

Review: Flying Solo by Zoe May | Books | Entertainment

“Bridget Jones meets Legally Blonde in an ashram”, is how chick-lit novelist Zoe May describes her latest romantic comedy novel, Flying Solo, which follows the story of London lawyer, Rachel, as she jets More...