Book Review: Dragons Riders of Berk – Volume 1: Dragon Down

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Snoutlout's dragon, Hookfang, is shedding scales--scales that rain down fire on the village of Berk. For this he is cast out until his shedding season ends. When Snoutlout goes to look for Hookfang the next morning, he is nowhere to be found... Read More »

Fan of the Week: Aiswarya – May 18, 2014

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AISWARYA Age 17 – The Shrieking Shack GRYFFINDOR How did you become a Harry Potter fan? The first harry potter book that I read was ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ‘ and it was, is, and will be my favorite book forever! It was just mind blowing, and I couldn’t just stop reading all other books of the series. From the first moment I knew that I was obsessed with this magical life. I have ... Read More »

Collectormania 21- Milton Keynes, UK

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Once again, I was given the honor of representing MuggleNet at a fan convention, this time at Collectormania in Milton Keynes. Situated in the large town's football stadium and being free of charge to enter, it is one of Showmasters' biggest conventions, running over the course of three days - May 16-18. This was my first time attending this particular con but could only attend on the 17th...this was good enough for me however. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan

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Jake Marlowe gets the news in the first sentence of this book that he is the last of his kind. At age 200, he is only middle-aged for a werewolf. But his days are numbered. Solitary hunters by nature, werewolves have been unable to… er, reproduce… ever since a sort of sterility virus ensured that no one would survive being turned into one of the lycanthropic undead. And though the vampires envy their ability to ... Read More »

Book Review: Brother Odd by Dean Koontz

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In Book 3 of the Odd Thomas series, the young fry-cook who sees dead people has retreated to a monastery in the mountains for a needed break from the stress of his quiet hometown. He only wants a little time to heal from two harrowing encounters with monsters in human form. But his respite is cut short by the appearance of bodachs at the abbey—or more precisely, in the school for mentally and physically disabled ... Read More »

Book Review: The Genius Wars by Catherine Jinks

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After being groomed from childhood to become a supervillain bent on world domination, Cadel Greeniaus, formerly Cadel Piggott, is just trying to blend in and live a normal life. He goes to computer programming classes at the University of New South Wales, as if he hasn’t already achieved fiendish levels of hacking skills. He lives in a little weatherboard house with the foster parents who are trying to adopt him. And he refuses even to ... Read More »

Book Review: Forever Odd by Dean Koontz

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When I first reviewed Odd Thomas for MuggleNet, I spotted it as a promising start to a new series. When I re-posted my original review on my own blog in 2008, I observed that there were already four books in the series. Now that I finally get around to reading further in the series, I look again and behold, it is up to seven novels. PLUS three graphic novels. PLUS a three-volume e-book series titled ... Read More »

Book Review: ImagiNation Unveiled: The Hidden Realm by Judy Probus

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ImagiNation Unveiled: The Hidden Realm By Judy Probus Hanna and Trevor want to be just like their big brother, Ace Edwards. But Zhii wants Ace to go back to earth ASAP so she can save her planet from destruction on her own. And Ace? Well Ace just wants to win the Alabama State Championship football game for his team. Little does he know that a dragon, a martial arts master magician who kind of looks ... Read More »

Fan of the Week: Kim – May 11, 2014

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KIM Age 24 – Wolfburg, Germany GRYFFINDOR How did you become a Harry Potter fan? Well, when I was 11 I saw the first Harry Potter movie and from that moment I was suddenly bewitched. So, a few days later I bought my first Harry Potter book – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (of course…). Whenever I was/am stressed or sad or happy I watched and read Harry Potter a thousand times. It’s like a self ... Read More »

Book Review: The Secret War by Matt Myklusch

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In the sequel to The Accidental Hero, young Jack Blank has five days to save the world. And yet he wastes most of that time trying to keep a terrifying secret that could instantly transform him from the hero who saved the Imagine Nation to an enemy who cannot be trusted. Kids and their priorities! If you’ve followed the Jack Blank trilogy thus far, you already know that the Imagine Nation is a secret floating ... Read More »