James Starke

James Starke
James is 21 years old and has been described as many things in life – pop music lover, book nerd, movie geek, cookie nommer, bookshelf filler, tortured writer, tech dork, television watcher, webcomic addict, fierce supermodel, crazy cat lady, musical fanatic, a loyal Hufflepuff, GLEEk to the Nth degree, pizza eater, future librarian, a horrible procrastinator, Poké-freak, eyeglass wearer, a lover of the arts, and a zombie unicorn that sparkles in the night (well, actually that might’ve just been once). He prefers to describe himself as “a man of odd enthusiasms.”

Review of DC Comics’ New 52: Green Arrow

Oliver Queen is the man behind Queen Industries, a leader in “every aspect of civilized life.” However, Ollie, as he likes to be called, doesn’t care much for the corporate intrigue; instead, he prefers to use his free time—along with his nearly …

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The Magician King by Lev Grossman

Following the events in The Magicians, Quentin and his friends Eliot, Janet and Julia are living the high life in Fillory as kings and queens of their magical kingdom. They have no real responsibilities, so naturally, they spend their time …

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The Magicians by Lev Grossman

Quentin Coldwater is a genius on his way to an assured Ivy League education, but he’s depressed with the way that his life is going. He distracts himself from his misery by dreaming of Fillory, a land that exists in …

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Genesis of Oblivion Giveaway!

We recently reviewed the first two books in the Genesis of Oblivion Saga by Maxwell Alexander Drake: Farmers and Mercenaries and Mortals and Deities. We thought they were superb novels that the world just didn’t know enough about, so we talked with …

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