> Superman Almost Revealed Nuclear Secrets?

According to Superman: The High-Flying History of America's Most Enduring Hero the man of steel got too close to secrets about the development of the United States nuclear weapons. At the time the public was fascinated with all things atomic, radium infused water, radioactive chemistry sets, etc. Cyclotrons have a…

> Evertaster

Add this book to the list of light fair. A quick fun read. Evertaster is not superbly written, it's not going to change your life but it's just absurd enough to keep you flipping pages and laughing to yourself.The story follows Guster, “[who] has more taste buds in one…

> Confessions of a D-list Supervillian

Confessions of a D-List Supervillain is just plain fun. It's short, witty and will leave a smile on your face. It's a bit nerdy, in the vein of comic book heroes and villains, but from a novel perspective. What happens when the only super-anything (hero or villain) left to save…

> Stardust: The Movie is Better than the Book

Having just re-read Stardust again, this time having seen the excellent movie based on the book, I have to say this is one of the few cases in which the movie is better than the book. Don't get me wrong. The book is amazing, and adds a lot of depth…

> Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

I've been making my way through a bunch of books on my new Kindle, some of which I probably wouldn't normally have read. I haven't seen the movie, but the book - despite my reservations - is quite good. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter manages to weave in enough history and…

> The Forever War

The best and the brightest gathered and trained to fight off a mysterious alien threat. In some ways The Forever War sounds kind of like Ender's Game, except rather than spending an entire book training these recruits get sent out into the fray to fight and deal with the repercussions…

> Maze Runner

Coming to a movie theater near you. The Maze Runner has been on my list since before I knew it was being made into a movie (which I only found out when I looked up the second book in the Trilogy), and I have to say I'm excited for the…