Book Review: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin(2015)

This novel consists of three novellas written between 1998 and 2010.  They focus on Dunk(Sir Duncan the Tall) and Egg(Aegon Targaryen the future King).  There is a lot less gratuitous sex and violence in these stories, as they focus more on the relationship between knight and squire. The first novella, The Hedge Knight, introduces us … Continue reading Book Review: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin(2015)

Die #4

The latest issue of Die is out now!  This series follows a group of friends, in their childhood the six of them were pulled into a magical world.  Only five came back.  Now as adults, the sixth has pulled the rest back.  I grabbed Issue #3 last month, and this one picks up in its … Continue reading Die #4

Die #3

Die is about a group of friends.  Back in 1991 six teenagers were dragged into a role-playing game. Only five escaped.  Twenty-seven years later they are pulled back into the world of Die, as their friend that remained wants them to continue the game... I grabbed this one based on a referral at my local … Continue reading Die #3

Star Wars Episode 7: Watching The Force Awakens With My Kids

This weekend I continued introducing my kids to the Star Wars saga.  We've watched the entire original trilogy, along with episodes 1 and 2.  I've noticed that I enjoy what I had previously viewed as the weaker entries in the series more when I've watched it with them.  Their enthusiasm is infectious! The movie started … Continue reading Star Wars Episode 7: Watching The Force Awakens With My Kids

Book Review: The Lost Chronicles Trilogy by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

This series is the last set of books released under Wizards of the Coast by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, it's also their final visit to date with the Dragonlance world that they had breathed life into decades ago. The books are set during the War of the Lance, and tell the parts of the … Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Chronicles Trilogy by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman