Posted in Graphic Novels, Marvel, Movie Tie-Ins, Movie Trailer


“Black Panther” movie trailer! Bilbo Baggins interviews Gollum!

JK. It’s only Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, Sherlock) using a rather questionable American accent.

Still…Black Panther!!

Posted in Adventure, Fantasy, Film, Girl Power, Movie Tie-Ins, Romance, Star Wars

New Books for June!

Click on the images or on the title to access the record.


The Paper Magician series by Charlie N. Holmberg (click here for review):

vol. 1: The Paper Magician

vol. 2: The Glass Magician

Vol. 3: The Master Magician

Star Wars!  Star Wars Insider: Lords of the Sith



Posted in Best-Seller, Fiction, Movie Tie-Ins, Movie Trailer, Realistic Fiction, Romance, Uncategorized

Everything, Everything

The best-selling book by Nicola Yoon is now a movie, due for release later this spring/early summer.

Maddie has lived a sheltered existence most of her life, which her mother explains is due to her life-threatening allergies. When Maddie befriends – and falls in love with – Oliver, the boy next door, she embarks on an adventure that not only risks her life, but forces her to reconsider her condition, her relation to her mother, and her love for Ollie.

Click here for more information on the movie, and more about author Nicola Yoon and the book. Come check it out!

Posted in Best-Seller, Fantasy, Fiction, Film, Horror, Movie Tie-Ins, Mystery, Realistic Fiction, Romance, Stand Alone

The Big Hitters and Best-Sellers Have Arrived!

As mentioned in a previous post, Larbalestier’s “My Sister Rosa” tackles an original conundrum: How do you protect a little sister who’s a serial killer?

In the same post, we review Marissa Meyer’s newest book “Heartless“: an origin tale of the Queen of Hearts from the classic fantasy Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

J. K. Rowling’s first screenplay, “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them,” was made into the movie of the same name that opened last November. To date, the movie has grossed over $6 million worldwide.

Finally, “The Sun is Also a Star,” Nicola Yoon’s follow-up to “Everything Everything” is the # 1 best-seller on Amazon’s Teen and Young Adult category. The Horn Book review says it best: “Fans of Eleanor & Park and The Fault in Our Stars  are destined to fall for Daniel and Natasha.” Don’t miss this one!

Posted in Fantasy, Graphic Novels, Movie Tie-Ins, Science Fiction, Series, Stand Alone, Supernatural

Dr. Strange!

Just in time! We have three tie-in books with the blockbuster movie Dr. Strange, now in theaters. (Just FYI: I saw it. It’s totally awesome and trippy. Go see it. If you’ve already seen it, go see it again.)

Just received: Gemina, the sequel to Amie Kaufman’s blockbuster Illuminae, along with best-selling author S. J. Kincaid’s new book: The Diabolic. Check ’em out. Click on the title or the image to access the record in our catalog.