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There’s Santa Claus, Shakespeare, Mickey Mouse, the Bible, and then there’s Star Wars. Nothing...

Picture: Darth Vader in his mask, wearing a frill-collared shirt while speaking in Shakespearean verse. “In time thy powers have weak become, old man,” he says to Obi-Wan Kenobi as the two duel with their lightsabers. The scene is an excerpt from author Ian Doescher’s hit debut mashup “William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope.” The New York Times bestseller tells the story of Han Solo in five acts, in iambic pentameter.

Hot on the heels of the New York Times bestseller William Shakespeare's Star Wars comes the next two installments of the original trilogy: William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back and William Shakespeare's The Jed Doth Return. Return to the star-crossed galaxy far, far away as the brooding young hero, a power-mad emperor, and their jesting droids match wits, struggle for power, and soliloquize in elegant and impeccable iambic pentameter. These two plays offer essential listening for…


Tuesday Nights in 1980

Cover of Tuesday Nights in 1980 | An intoxicating and transcendent debut novel that follows a critic, an artist, and a desirous, determined young woman as they find their way—and ultimately collide—amid the ever-evolving New York City art scene of the

Dr. Kay Scarpetta #24, following DEPRAVED HEART. In the quiet of twilight, on an early autumn day, 26-year-old Elisa Vandersteel is killed while riding her bicycle along the Charles River. It appears she was struck by lightning - except the weather is perfectly clear with not a cloud in sight...

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'Morning Star': EW review

“Reputation is a fine thing sometimes,” says Darrow, the conqueror-with-a-conscience who anchors Pierce Brown’s formidable Red Rising trilogy. But for all the power imbued by our hero’s intergalactic repute, Brown’s haunting space opera hasn’t gotten the real-world acclaim it has deserved since its 2014 debut. In fact, you could call Brown science fiction’s best-kept secret.