Fantasy & Speculative Fiction

In this wonderful section, we offer to read reviews on fantasy and science / speculative fiction books

“Jurassic Park” by Michael Crichton

Perhaps it is a film most of us was one of the best childhood memories. Dinosaurs! How to live! Island! Adventure! Abduction! Shooting! Steven Spielberg, who is at the peak of his artistic career, took a true masterpiece that never ceases to stagger the imagination to this day. Nublar Island, which stretches the most amazing […]

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“American Gods” by Neil Gaiman

Three years of his thirty-two spent in prison shadow (though the English version of his name sounds more attractive – Shadow). Disintegrated dreams of a serene future, when he learns of the death in a car accident of his beloved wife and best friend, your potential employer. Shadow falls in artfully arranged Odin network option […]

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“Metro 2033” by Dmitry Glukhov

Author fiction novel gained notoriety, and then it collapsed due to the huge popularity of the World Wide Web. The fact that Dmitry Glukhov first and subsequent chapters “Metro” posted on the resource online. In the traditional form of the novel, it was first published in 2005, when the author is completely finished writing fiction […]

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“Feet of Clay” by Terry Pratchett

Blessed be the moment when Terry Pratchett decided to write the book. On the same occasion, we wish this brilliant dreamer long and fruitful life. It belongs to the (unfortunately, not numerous) group of people whose views on the world around us has a few non-standard angle of view. In addition, that tiny difference allows […]

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“The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins

The plot of the book “The Hunger Games” is not new – as far back as ancient Greece, was built the famous myth about how tyrants are punished recalcitrant peoples and nations: “You have not submitted to us – and we for it will kill your children.” That’s Susan Collins has created a world-dystopia, in […]

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“The Tales of Beedle the Bard” J. K. Rowling

“The Tales of Beedle the Bard” – a small collection of children’s stories from the cycle of the author of the Harry Potter series. The collection includes five short stories, each of which included personal commentary of the notorious wizard Albus Dumbledore and illustrations made by the author himself (Rowling, of course, not a bard […]

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“This immortal” by Roger Zelazny

Roger Zelazny – perhaps the most difficult in my life writer. His books have given me with great difficulty, but at the same time, I cannot leave this to chew cactus, reading them repeatedly. However, it is inexhaustible – bit-by-bit, in each of the readings, my feeble brain recognizes another facet of each of these […]

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