It is the late 19th century in the Eastern End of London, and a dangerous serial killer is on the loose. With little time before the killer takes another life, it is up to the infamous duo, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, to figure out the true identity of the killer that would soon become notorious: Jack the Ripper.
The open air, diurnal rhythms of sunrise and sunset, our need for sunlight, the swells of the open sea. Humanity's attachment to the vast spaces [...]
To understand the country is to understand the development and trajectory of the treatment of the flag, holidays like Thanksgiving and Columbus Day, and quintessentially "American" fast food and heroes.
We love to look at ourselves. Gimme a mirror and half an hour and I’m an absorbed individual. So it is that Martha Wells’ recently published series of novellas, The Murderbot Diaries, presents us with a delightfully engaging new tactic for whiling away the hours.
If the word "westerns" still makes you think of Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey, you need to know that there's a new breed of western in [...]