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Sakura takes the spotlight in the latest release of the Naruto Novels franchise. Having come off the heels of the Fourth Great Ninja War Sakura begins her career as a medical ninja. After traveling the land to heal those affected by the war, she opens up clinics to heal the   Read More ...

Following one year of the events of the end of the manga, Naruto: Kakashi’s Story details the history of KaKashi’s reign as Hokage. As Kakashi prepares for his first duties as Hokage, he is thrust into a mission to travel to the Land of Waves in order to save a   Read More ...

The creators of Magic: The Gathering and game designer James Wyatt have brought together an compilation of the franchise’s greatest art into a collection book meant for fans of the series, and those interested in overall marvelous illustration work.  Featuring over 240 pages of illustrations and details, The Art of   Read More ...

Christopher Null’s “Five Stars! How To Become A Film Critic, The World’s Greatest Job” gives a fantastic insight into both the the career of journalism, as well as the film industry. Null’s depth of knowledge released into this near 300 page book is something that any aspiring critic should read,   Read More ...

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The Tomorrow Series (Books Four – Seven) Review Book Series by John Marsden After the ending of The Third Day, The Frost – it seems that Ellie and her friends have made it. They have successfully survived the war and will spend the rest of it safe in New Zealand.   Read More ...

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The Tomorrow Series (Books One – Three) Review Tomorrow, When The War Began, The Dead of Night and The Third Day, The Frost are the first three books in a line of seven, collectively known as The Tomorrow Series. Written by John Marsden, these books are told from the perspective   Read More ...

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*SPOILERS* The Good: The Premise. The book was actually recommended to me from a friend. When I read the synopsis that came with the book, I found it to be very interesting. Even if it didn’t give much, it gave enough to get me interested into reading it and that’s all   Read More ...

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Ready Player One By Ernest Cline Ready Player One is the debut novel from author, Ernest Cline, and is set in the year 2044. The world is a very different place from the one we are living in today, as the planet revolves around a very sophisticated virtual reality simulation   Read More ...

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The Devil’s Fire (Full Series) Review By Matt Tomerlin The Devil’s Fire series is a set of novels based on the Golden Age of Piracy, set in the Caribbean. Its main character is a young woman from England, who sets off on a journey with her Husband, only for their   Read More ...

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Allegiant Review (Divergent Book #3) *SPOILERS AHEAD* The Good: Tris and Tobias’s Point of View: For the last book in the Divergent trilogy, Veronica Roth did something to spice things up. For Allegiant, she told the story through the eyes of her two main characters, Tris and Tobias. Each chapter alternated   Read More ...

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