Everyone loves a good underdog. Here are 6 we are definitely rooting for…be sure to visit the comments section and share your favorite literary underdogs with us!
Tags: Anna SNoekstra, Benjamin Ludwig, Breakfast of Champions, Christopher Meades, Ernest Cline, Ginny Moon, Hanna Who Fell From the Sky, John Green, Kurt Vonnegut, Little Secrets, Ready Player One, Turtles All the Way Down
With a great cast, Spielberg at the helm directing and what can only be assumed to be a huge budget (there are a lot of licensing and trademarked properties to procure), the film version of Ernest Cline’s 2011 bestseller Ready Player One is poised to hit theaters next spring. Set in a dystopian future, it… Read More »
By Emma Hunter Let’s face it: the Internet is a huge part of most of our lives. You’re using it right now to read this post. Whether you have a Black Mirror perspective or love the many advantages of the web (online shopping, your Netflix queue, BookClubbish…) here are books all about the internet and… Read More »
Tags: Attachments, Cory Doctorow, dave eggers, Ernest Cline, Find Me, In Real Life, J.S Monroe, Jen Wang, Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, rainbow rowell, Ready Player One, Robin Sloan, Steve Jobs, The Circle, Walter Isaacson
Although you might want to rest your pockets after the Black Friday madness, that doesn’t mean that the shopping period is over. Cyber Monday, a decade-old occurrence, has only one goal: to get you to shop online. It’s amazing to remember that online shopping, now a normal occurrence in our everyday lives, was once an… Read More »
Tags: Armada, Blake Crouch, Connie Willis, Crosstalk, Cyber Monday, Dark Matter, dave eggers, Ernest Cline, Gary Shteyngart, internet, Julie Buxbaum, Super Sad True Love Story, Tell Me Three Things, The Circle