Here are ten 2020 film adaptations to read during social distancing before the movie theatres re-open.
'Emma' is a top shelf adaptation, especially thanks to a scene-stealing performance by Miranda Hart.
That Shelf reviews Movies (And Other Things): A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated, the latest book from New York Times bestselling author, Shea Serrano.
That Shelf and VVS Films want to give you and a friend the chance to see Beautiful Boy starring Timothee Chalamet and Steve Carell in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Halifax, Ottawa, and Victoria. But that's not all!
This week’s episodes cover pages 230-236, in which Kvothe says some final farewells, sets off on his journey to the University, and meets one of the most important, and most controversial characters in the book – Denna.
This week on the Page of Thrones Podcast we cover pages 174-180, in which Catelyn Stark learns that the assassin who came after Bran used Tyrion Lannister’s dagger, and Jon Snow learns that the Brotherhood of the Night’s Watch is not all it was cracked up to be.
This week’s podcast episodes cover pages 167-173 of The Name of the Wind, in which Kvothe is on the receiving end of a few rare acts of kindness, and almost dies anyway!
On this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes, we talk about a beloved fantasy trope featured within these pages: fantasy cities.
Kvothe gives up as Rothfuss twists the knife. We talk about how much it hurts to read the next section of The Name of the Wind, Kvothe's hope, and Jordana's eternal optimism.
This week, we talk about violence. Kvothe just got beat up pretty badly and Tarbean is often a violent, ugly place.
In this week’s episodes of Page of the Wind, we cover Kvothe’s introduction to the mean streets of Tarbean, and how Kvothe makes his hard life even harder!
This week, we’re talking technobabble on Page of the Wind.
This week on the blog (the first of 2018), we’re going to talk about one of our favourite things in any fantasy story – the signs of Evil.
This week we’re going to talk about Nick’s favourite part of the whole book: the rhyme about Lady Lackless that Kvothe recites on Pages 85-86 of The Name of the Wind.
In this sequence, Kvothe (and us, the people) get our first look under the hood at the principles and inner workings of Sympathy – one of the main fantastical elements of The Kingkiller Chronicle.