Mike decides to take a non-spoiler look at The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie to convince those undecided on it why they should read The First Law trilogy.
This episode of Mike’s Book Reviews continues his journey into the world of Robert Jordan’s fantasy epic The Wheel of Time.
Mike continues his Into the Multiverse series by talking about the sophomore effort by Stephen King, 1975’s Salem’s Lot and its shared universe.
Mike answers the question of if he reads comics and talks about the series that have had an impact on his life such as the Amazing Spider-Man and more.
Mike continues his Cosmere 2020 plans and takes one last spin around the Selish System by reading the companion pieces to Elantris; The Emperor’s Soul.
Mike continues his journey through the Nevernever with Harry Dresden in his fourth adventure, Summer Knight.
Mike kicks off his Cosmere 2020 slate by digging in on Brandon Sanderson’s 2005 debut, Elantris.
Mike takes a look at the original H.P. Lovecraft short story The Colour Out of Space and compares it with the 2019 movie version The Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Richard Stanley.
Mike dives into his new From Page to Screen series and give his thoughts on 11 books he would love to see adapted to the big screen.
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