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Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith Accomplishes the Near-Impossible

Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian race into the mystery of the Sith’s lingering shadow to aid a young family running for their lives.

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Crash Course: Light Novels

Light novels are a Japanese style of young adult novels. They have a wide range of topics, often include manga/anime style illustrations and are often made into anime!

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Nettle & Bone is a Clever New Fairy Tale Classic

Lainey reviews T. Kingfisher’s take on classic fairy tales, “Nettle & Bone.”

Book of Night is Here to Lift Your Gloom

Discover a world of shadow in Holly Black’s new urban fantasy novel, “Book of Night.”

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‘Siren Queen’ is Dazzlingly Beautiful

Cidnya reviews Nghi Vo’s newest novel, ‘Siren Queen.’

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Elektra: An Interwoven Tale of Restitution and Tragedy

Mothball reviews Jennifer Saint’s newest Greek myth retelling, ‘Elektra.’

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‘I Kissed Shara Wheeler’ is a Summer Kiss

Cidnya reviews Casey McQuiston’s newest novel, ‘I Kissed Shara Wheeler.’

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Star Wars: Brotherhood is the Prequels Story We’ve Wanted

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…

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Queen of Tiles Reigns Over Scrabble & the Legacies We Leave

Lainey reviews Hanna Alkaf’s new YA novel about the world of competitive Scrabble, ‘Queen of Tiles.’

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The Art of The Batman Offers Insight Into the Film

James Field’s The Art of the Batman, a behind the scenes look at the film, is out now and our own Reagan Anick had a couple thoughts on it.