‘Fire in the Sky’ Review: An Entertaining Guide to All Things Asteroid

Fire in the Sky is an entertaining look at the history of comets, meteors and asteroids, and their place in Earth’s past, present and future. Dillow writes in an accessible, down-to-earth tone, shedding light on the many wonders of these mysterious objects that haunt science fiction novels and movies. You’ll finish the book with a…

‘The Moon’ Review: The Past, Present & Future of Our Lunar Obsession

The Moon is a comprehensive guide that goes beyond the scientific, detailing the history of our race to the surface and the many behind-the-scenes advances required to get there. The book takes a scientific and cultural approach to the subject matter, showing the human curiosity that fueled our lunar obsession. By detailing past, present, and…

‘The Book of the Moon’ Review: An Accessible Guide to Everything Lunar

The Book of the Moon presents a delightfully written history of the Moon, detailing everything you’d ever want to know about our night light in the sky. The author, Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock, has an almost mesmerizing way of discussing complicated scientific material. Her writing style makes the book an exciting, entertaining trip through the many…

‘Camouflage: The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women’ Review: An Essential Guide to Understanding Autism

Camouflage: The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women is a completely necessary teaching tool, for kids and adults alike. This nonfiction guide beautifully and intellectually illustrates how autism manifests in women and how women’s experiences are often completely different from men’s. It’s upsetting to hear that even medical professionals misunderstand autism in girls and women, often misdiagnosing…

‘A Fire Story’ Review: A Tragic Guide to Losing History

A Fire Story is a tragic account of the California fires and their effect on one man and his family, detailing the heartbreak of losing everything you own in minutes. The story shows the journey many families are forced to take and the realization that life will never be the same again. With expertly drawn…

‘Space 2.0’ Review: An All-Inclusive Guide to Space Travel

Space 2.0 is an all-encompassing look at mankind’s race to space. The writing is accessible and includes everything you could want to know about rockets, space travel, and our future amidst the stars. It feels like a well-done textbook, accented with illustrations, historical photography, and artist renderings of imaginative futures.

Review: Exploring Emotional & Mental Depths in ‘The Psychology of Zelda’

The Psychology of Zelda: Linking Our World to the Legend of Zelda Series is an in-depth guide to the series, detailing the many psychological aspects of the narratives, character arcs, and the decades-long dedication players have to Link and his world. It’s an incredibly insightful book that acts not only as a review of the games,…

Shelley: The Scandalous Days of a Young Poet

Shelley, a new graphic novel from Europe Comics, details the early days of the famed poet and his scandalous life. We see Shelley as a teenager and young man constantly on the move, never happy in one place. He was ahead of his time in religious views, vegetarianism, and politics, among other things. He was…