Five Coveted Autographs from BEA!

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See which autographs were most coveted at this year's Book Expo America - and don't forget to enter our contest to win a promotional t-shirt for Robert Galbraith's "The Silkworm"! Read More »

Book Review: The Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan

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The third and (for now) final book in The Kane Chronicles begins with an apology “for any inconvenience the end of the world may have caused you.” As the story unfolds, narrated alternately by siblings Carter and Sadie Kane, you’ll become increasingly inclined to accept their apology. Some catastrophes are really hard to prevent. And though the young Kanes often feel responsible even for things that are out of their control, they are finally ready ... Read More »

Fantasy Mash-Up: Book Review of “The Weirding Willows” by Dave Elliott

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What do the Wicked Witch, Dr. Jekyll, Frankenstein, the Cheshire Cat, and Alice from Wonderland all have in common? Check out the graphic novel "The Weirding Willows", out July 1st, and find out! Read More »

Free Books and Autographing Authors: The Best of BEA 2014

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Book Expo America 2014 in New York City brought the likes of Rainbow Rowell, Cassandra Clare, Garth Nix, Eoin Colfer, Stan Lee, and more together under one roof. Didn't get to attend? Don't worry - MuggleNet has got you covered! Plus, we've got a flash giveaway for a promotional "Silkworm" shirt - enter after the jump! Read More »

Theatre Review: Just Jim Dale

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Though his Potter experience ultimately takes up less than 5 percent of the show’s narrative (though it included a fabulous anecdote about how he came up with the voice of Dobby) Jim’s retelling of the rest of his own life story is no less magical. He talks at length about his career as a singer/songwriter, for instance. Did you know Jim Dale had a brief stint as a British-teen singing-sensation? Read More »

Book Review: Odd Hours by Dean Koontz

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In the fourth Odd Thomas novel, a twenty-one-year-old ghost-whisperer continues his sabbatical from his career as a fry-cook. Every time he tries to get away from the stress of dealing with the dead, trouble finds him—bigger and nastier than ever. His small hometown in the Mojave desert wasn’t peaceful enough. His retreat to a mountaintop monastery was spoiled by a terrifying ordeal. And now it seems he can’t even lie low on a sunny California ... Read More »

Book Review: Take Back The Skies by Lucy Saxon

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A thrilling debut novel from an author whose career promises to go full-steam ahead. Lucy Saxon’s Take Back The Skies offers a solid world of political intrigue, twists, turns and dash of young love. Read More »

5 Reasons Why the Wizarding World Is Completely Backwards

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It’s all good fun until you’re told you’ve got to take a rowboat to get to class. Read More »

Famous People Also Love “Potter”

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The "Harry Potter" fandom is huge; even the people we admire are obsessed with this series. Here's a list of some famous people who love The Boy Who Lived as much as we do. Read More »

Book Review: Conspiracies by F. Paul Wilson

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In The Tomb, Repairman Jack saved New York from a cargo ship full of monsters out of mankind’s darkest, oldest nightmare. In the sequel, Legacies, he helped his client figure out why a bunch of Saudi-oil-backed mercenaries were willing to kill for a secret hidden in her late father’s brownstone. By the time I came to Book 3 in this sixteen-book series, I didn’t know whether to expect a straight mystery-thriller or a novel of ... Read More »