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100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello

100 Bullets

Author: Brian Azzarello
Artist: Eduardo Risso

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

What if you were given a brief case filled with irrefutable evidence against those who wronged you, a gun and one hundred bullets that ensure you...

3:41 A Novel by Dennis Aiden Lockhart

3:41 A Novel

Author: Dennis Aiden Lockhart

Reviewed by Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

Even though I'm not a runner, and this story centers around running, I was fascinated with the thoughts of the main character, a runner fighting earl...

300 by Frank Miller

300

Author: Frank Miller
Artist: Lynn Varley

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“This is Sparta!”

A short re-telling of the ancient Greek tale about 300 Spartans who stood against the great Persian army. Somewhat historically accurate, if a little ...

A Clash of Kings   by George R.R. Martin

A Clash of Kings

Author: George R.R. Martin

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

In the second book of A Song of Fire and Ice George R.R. Martin takes us on a topsy turvy ride of fortune through fragmented story telling leaving us ...

A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin

A Dance with Dragons

Author: George R.R. Martin

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

A Song of Fire & Ice is the only epic Fantasy series I have read other than The Lord of The Rings as I tend to stay away from serialised format readin...

A Feast For Crows   by George R.R. Martin

A Feast For Crows

Author: George R.R. Martin

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

From the threat of war in A Game of Thrones to war itself in A Clash of Kings the shift to a subtler, chess-like power play which began in A Storm of ...

A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

A Game of Thrones

Author: George R.R. Martin

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die.”

A Game of Thrones is the first book in the series A Song of Fire and Ice. George R.R. Martin blends themes from greek myth with historical influence (...

A History of Violence by John Wagner

A History of Violence

Author: John Wagner
Artist: Vince Locke

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“Thought you could get away with it, didn't you?”

John Wagner packs punches a plenty in this pulsating mobster thriller. A History of Violence bodes the question, can you ever escape your past and sta...

A Once Crowded Sky by Tom King

A Once Crowded Sky

Author: Tom King

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

For years, the world’s superheroes had a purpose, The Soldier of Freedom, Marshallah, even Pen-Ultimate who was the side kick of Ultimate, (The...

A Storm of Swords   by George R.R. Martin

A Storm of Swords

Author: George R.R. Martin

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

In part three of A Song of Fire & Ice the war for the Iron Throne continues, however it is in fact quills which storm as no major battles are fought o...

Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo

Akira

Author: Katsuhiro Otomo
Artist: Katsuhiro Otomo

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

The groundbreaking masterpiece of Japanese comics, Akira is not just the definitive Manga for western audiences but also one of the best comic se...

All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka

All You Need Is Kill

Author: Hiroshi Sakurazaka

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

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Altas Shrugged   by Ayn Rand

Altas Shrugged

Author: Ayn Rand

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“Who is John Galt?”

What if he who held the world aloft decided to let go, giving up on those who inhibited his work? Ayn Rand proposes something very powerful in her epi...

Ambassador of The Shadows (Valerian and Laureline Vol. 6) by Pierre Christin

Ambassador of The Shadows (Valerian and Laureline Vol. 6)

Author: Pierre Christin
Artist: Jean-Claude Mézières

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Valerian and Laureline arrive at Point Zero, a huge bustling hub of a spaceport where species from all over the galaxy cooperate within a delicat...

American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis

American Psycho

Author: Bret Easton Ellis

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“I had all the characteristics of a human being—flesh, blood, skin, hair—but my depersonalization was so intense, had gone so deep, that my normal ability to feel compassion had been eradicated, the victim of a slow, purposeful erasure. I was simply imitating reality, a rough resemblance of a human being, with only a dim corner of my mind functioning...”

Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novel is the only book I've ever picked up in a store which was shrink-wrapped as if it were a something out of The...

Anthem by Ayn Rand

Anthem

Author: Ayn Rand

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

In a seemingly post apocolyptic future (something between the settings of John Wyndham's The Chrysalids and H.G. Wells' The Time Machine) a somewhat p...

Armada by Ernest Cline

Armada

Author: Ernest Cline

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Ernest Cline's follow up to his breakout ...

Around The World In Eighty Days by Jules Verne

Around The World In Eighty Days

Author: Jules Verne

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Jules Verne's thrill ride is perfectly paced and filled with intrigue. Wasting no time to get the plot moving, the mysterious and ultra-precise Phile...

Asterix Omnibus by René Goscinny

Asterix Omnibus

Author: René Goscinny
Artist: Albert Uderzo

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

The complete Adventures of Asterix by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo collected in the Omnibus series is the perfect way to enjoy all these classic w...

Bad Company by Peter Milligan

Bad Company

Author: Peter Milligan

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“We're in bad company!”

Danny Franks from 1st colony division is a "raw" soldier recently deployed to Ararat to fight the beastly Krool. This weird and wonderful planet, whic...