Tag Archives: adventure

Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Birthright’

Have you ever thought about what the child characters of great adventure stories, such as “Peter Pan,” “E.T.” or “The Goonies,” had to deal with once the adventure is over? You aren’t alone — author Joshua Williamson has thought about … Continue reading

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Review: ‘The Singular Pilgrim’ by Rosemary Mahoney

I don’t read large books, because it takes me forever to even finish reading one book. But there was a particular reason I picked up this 400-page beast by Rosemary Mahoney: I have been struggling with my spirituality. “The Singular … Continue reading

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Mechanicsburg author takes social issues to space
in ‘Jake’s Law’

Will Coleman said he almost didn’t graduate high school because of English class. Now, Coleman is the author of the science fiction book “Jake’s Law.”

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in ‘Jake’s Law’

Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Five Ghosts’

If you like adventure that has a bit of magic and a bit of Indiana Jones, then read one of Image Comics’ latest titles “Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray.”

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Dover mom and son publish ‘Billy’s Bedtime Adventures’

Dover mother and son, Amanda Redwine and Kael Clugston, recently released a children’sbook titled “Billy’s Bedtime Adventures.”

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Series Sunday: ‘Furies of Calderon’

Many books in my book queue are waiting to be read, and a common theme among them is they’re all part of a series, trilogy or saga. Each Sunday, I’ll share a book from a series. You can read along … Continue reading

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Fairest’

I have said it before: I am really into fairy tales and folklore. Fables became my first official comic to read, and both the worlds of Fables and comic reading sucked poor little me into the excitement. The creators of … Continue reading

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‘Half Broke Horses’ by Jeannette Walls

Jeannette Walls’ first book, “The Glass Castle,” sucked me it with its exceptionally well-written stories of Walls’ childhood. (Read a review by Book Buzz contributor Teresa Cook.) So when I saw a copy of “Half Broke Horses” in Target, I … Continue reading

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‘Inkheart’ by Cornelia Funke

If I’d glanced at the cover of “Inkheart” in a bookstore or library, I would’ve passed it over for sure. Medieval knights, dragons and fairies are not my favorite reads. But my sister surprised me with the novel for Christmas, … Continue reading

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