Book Review: The Da Vince Code

Robert Langdon must follow the clues left behind by the murdered grandmaster of the Priory of Sion and discover the Holy Grail before the opposition does. … Read More >Book Review: The Da Vince Code

‘Where The Crawdads Sing’ is Getting a Movie Adaption

Yesterday, July 23rd, it was announced that Where the Crawdads Sing will be getting a movie adaption. Olivia Newman will be directing the movie and Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter will be producing the movie under Sony Pictures. … Read More >‘Where The Crawdads Sing’ is Getting a Movie Adaption

Book Review: Fahrenheit 451

Guy Montag is a fireman and that means he and his coworkers go to houses and burn them down if they have any books inside of them. In this world, owning and reading a book is illegal. Montag steals a book from a home and now has to prevent the authorities from capturing him and finding out why books are actually banned. … Read More >Book Review: Fahrenheit 451

Book Review: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

The title comes from a book in the novel that is carried by Ford Prefect. He is an alien researcher traveling around the galaxy to update the Hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy encyclopedia. It is a book that has information on every planet. Ford saves his friend Arthur Dent when Earth is destroyed and that is the beginning of the journey for Arthur, Ford and a couple of other characters. … Read More >Book Review: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Book Review: I, Robot

The novel starts off with the tale of Robbie, a companion robot. We see robots go from being used for companionship and not being able to talk to speaking like humans in a short amount of time. Asimov tells tales about human wit being used even though the robots are much smarter. Also, the robots are shown to be much better than humans because they are programmed to whereas humans aren’t shown the same love by Asimov. … Read More >Book Review: I, Robot

Book Review: Blade Runner: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Rich Deckard is a bounty hunter in a post apocalyptic San Francisco for the police department. He “retires” androids that impersonate humans on Earth. Language plays a big role in this book and Dick does a great job of showcasing how human being cope with certain things such as killing just by rephrasing it to retiring. Rick is assigned to identify and retire six androids that have escaped to Earth before they kill him. … Read More >Book Review: Blade Runner: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?