Books, you know, those things full of words. They still exist and n3rdabl3 has a few recommendations that they want to shout about.
A Wrinkle in Time, the first book in Madeleine L'Engle's Time Quintet, has been adapted to film for the second time and will be in theatres on March 9. The young adult book was first published in 1962, swept up various book awards for that year, gained, and keeps on attracting, many loyal fans.
The Games Collector has this week launched an IndieGoGo campaign to bring a limited edition hardback version of Ian Livingstone's classic choose-your-own-adventure book, City of Thieves, to the world.
Art books are my Achilles heel. Regardless which game or series they're from, I'll love each and every one. I love the art which goes into video games, even those I haven't a clue about. However, when I am familiar with the franchise, that's even better. The latest art book to catch my eye is the one being released by Sony for the 15th anniversary of Killzone.
Let's face it, we've all had a teacher like Snape: mean and nasty, but all very well intentioned. Yes, that's right. That grumpy potions teacher, in my opinion, was an all-right geezer, he just enjoyed being grumpy. We all enjoy doing that, yes all of us.
reddit, the "front page of the Internet" has announced the launch of Ask Me Anything: Volume One, a hardback book which has compiled some of the site's best AMAs from the popular r/IAmA subreddit.