This week I’m reviewing the second of Rankin-Bass’s J.R.R. Tolkien adaptations, and the first time the Return of the King was adapted to the screen. (more…)
Another week, another review – and this time I’m doubling-up on the book reviews with my take on another of this year’s Hugo Award winners – The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms.
- Book Review: N.K. Jemisin’s The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (parkinglotconfessional.com)
Well, I’ve just finished reading Charles Stross’s espionage horror book The Atrocity Archive, which contains both the titular book, as well as a semi-short story sequel, “The Concrete Jungle”. Overall, the book is a very enjoyable work of fiction for those interested in semi-Lovecraftian horror, dark bureaucratic comedy, and/or espionage fiction.