Literature

Book Review: Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card

Pathfinder is a fictional novel by Orson Scott Card. Even twenty years after writing his most famous book, Ender’s Game, Card proves to still write with passion and imagination. Pathfinder has an original plot, and meshes both the fantasy and sci-fi genres. This book tells the story of Rigg, the …

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The Nature of Claude Debussy
Literature

The Nature of Claude Debussy

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) is remembered as a legendary French composer who revolutionized Impressionistic music. Debussy’s ability to imprint misty snatches of color and emotion still fascinate audiences today; the melodies of Clair de Lune, The Girl With Flaxen Hair, and Menuet are familiar to all. So what is the man …

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Ray Bradbury author
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Bradbury Stories: 100 of his Most Celebrated Tales

Bradbury Stories: 100 of his Most Celebrated Tales, a landmark collection, presents a beautifully crooked world to get lost in. For romantics, idealists, risk-takers, and complete maniacs, Bradbury’s stories look deep into the nature of a certain insane species (humans). My Top Five from the Collection: 1. The Beggar on …

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Literature

Must-Reads for the English Student

It’s that time of year again. You have to read a book for English class and have no clue what you’re going to pick. With so many options, it should be easy, right? Well, to make it even easier, here are some must-reads that might pique your interest. Go Set …

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Literature

Series Review: The Reckoners by Brandon Sanderson

At last, the age old question is answered: “What if we had superpowers?” As it turns out, it doesn’t go well. In Brandon Sanderson’s post-apocalyptic series, The Reckoners, a flash of light appears in the sky, giving random people across the world superpowers of all sorts, nicknamed Epics. With the arrival …

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