“The Forever War” is a science fiction novel set in the futuristic 20th century when humans have advanced the space travel technology, and the chosen ones get to explore the space, but also prepare for military conflicts with alien life.

The novel...

“Bright Star” is a romantic movie based on the life of the famous poet John Keats and his lover Fanny Brawne. It was directed by the Academy Award-winning director Jane Campion and stars prolific names from the acting world.

Fanny is an outspoken...

Conjectures and Refutations by Karl Popper is based on his understanding of philosophy and reflection of thoughts. Popper applies his understanding of politics, science, and history to argue how people’s insights and objectives develop through a...

Christopher Paolini blossomed in the already fertile world of fantasy fiction in 2003 with his novel Eragon. That book would kick off what would come to be known as The Inheritance Cycle which, as of 2021, stood at four novels in total. In 2020,...

Ruin and Rising is a fantasy action book written by Leigh Bardugo, and was first published by Macmillan on June 17, 2014. The book is the third and final installment in the Grisha trilogy and was preceded by Siege and Storm.

The book follows the...

Published in the summer of 2013, Siege and Storm is the Leigh Bardugo’s follow-up to Shadow and Bone and the middle bridge of the trilogy linking the novel to its sequel, Ruin and Rising. The Grisha Trilogy established Bardugo as a new force to be...

“Shadow and Bone” is the first book in the Grisha Trilogy, a fantasy series set in a fictional universe that brings science and magic into connection. The novel follows the main protagonist Alina as she accidentally discovers that she holds more...

God of the Oppressed by James H. Cone is an articulation of Black divinity of deliverance. Cone was a champion of black liberation theology. The book was published in 1975 and it followed his two publications, “Black Power and Black Liberation”...

Banjo by Claude McKay is a story based on personal experience. The setting takes place in Marseille, France. McKay published the book in 1929. The book revolves around hopeless and impoverished boys spending time wandering on beaches and docks of...

Crisis in the Red Zone is a non-fiction book about the Ebola outbreak, which began in 2013. Written by American author Richard Preston, the book details the devastating and deadly impact the virus had, and the attempts that were made to discover a...

Schmoedipus is an anthology series by English television dramatist, Dennis Potter and was released on 1975 by BBC (United Kingdom).

The story follows the reunion of a mother, Elizabeth Carter, and her son, Glen, who she had given away at birth....