Last week was a busy one, for both books news and me. Check up on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Fight Club, The Fault in Our Stars, and more below.
John Green broke hearts and dashed hopes last week, when he tweeted that he had no intention of writing a sequel to The Fault in Our Stars.
Did you know that both Fight Club and Fight Club 2 were inspired by The Great Gatsby?
It’s been quite a while since we saw Aldous Huxley’s classic dystopian novel on television. Here’s hoping the upcoming Brave New World TV series will be excellent.
Get an inside look at the new Supernatural coloring book over at Bustle.
The new Pennywise looks much more ancient than the Tim Curry incarnation.
If you’re a fan of Sabaa Tahir’s YA novel, and are looking forward to reading A Torch against the Night, get ready for more of Laia’s story.
Hunter S. Thompson Stole Hemingway’s Set of Elk Antlers 52 Years Ago, and His Widow Just Returned Them
I have never published a better headline, and I probably never will.
Jeremy P. Bushnell’s second novel is a fun and quirky adventure that centers on a magic knife.
The new cover looks a little like Luckiest Girl Alive, so you might be disappointed at the lack of brooding teenagers.
The Canadian treasure takes on the role of Disapproving Woman in the Netflix-CBC adaptation of her 1996 novel, Alias Grace.
If current trends continue, I’m less than 15 years away from becoming nigh un-hireable. That needs to change.
Cursed Child Tickets Are More Expensive than Hamilton Ones, but the Prices Don’t Tell the Full Story
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child‘s producers are turning away fans who purchase tickets through brokers.
The upcoming film adaptation of The Dark Tower might give way to a lot of little Rolands.
Interbellum fiction is wonderful, but novels written by women in that period often go overlooked.
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