Author: Mike Wants

by Mike A. Wants

Ein Buchhändler für 10 Minuten

Vor wenigen Tagen habe ich eine interessante Erfahrung gemacht. Ich hatte meinem Vater dabei geholfen, das Haus ein wenig zu verschönern und bin dann wie immer zurück zu mir gefahren. Wieder hier angekommen habe ich mich dann nicht davon abhalten können, zu meiner Lieblingsbuchhandlung zu gehen.


February 27, 2015 0

The Autumn Republic by Brian McClellan

Brian McClellan’s debut series The Powder Mage Trilogy has managed to catch my interested and hold it easily through the three books and the multitude of short stories he’s written in the Powder Mage Universe. The last book, The Autumn Republic, came out a few days ago and finished the first trilogy in a flash of…
Read more


February 21, 2015 0

Wheel of Time TV pilot episode creating a stir

If you’ve been in any kind of fantasy community these last days, you should have already heard about it. Basically unannounced a pilot episode for a possible Wheel of Time TV series was aired Monday. It can be found on youtube, but I’m not sure I should encourage you to actually watch it. You can find…
Read more


February 15, 2015 0

Game of Thrones Season 5 HD Trailer

After a Trailer was uploaded a few days ago, we’ve now access to an HD Trailer for Game of Thrones. It’s an awesome insight into the new season and I’m already looking forward to it. Even though I’m still unsure whether or not to actually watch this season. Not only are there supposedly larger changes…
Read more


February 4, 2015 0

The Red Knight by Miles Cameron

The Red Knight by Miles Cameron is the first part of the Traitor Son Cycle. The book features a realistic approach to knights and the warfare of medieval times. The author’s Medieval History Degree shows and you won’t see another fantasy book telling you so much about knights. Reading this book, you’ll feel like a…
Read more


January 24, 2015 0

The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies

The Review contains slight spoilers for the movie. If you’ve read the book, you needn’t worry. If you haven’t, you don’t really need to worry either. I’ve recently managed to watch the third and final installment of what started as another amazing journey after the screening of The Lord of the Rings, but became a…
Read more


January 22, 2015 0

A Field Guide to Earthlings by Ian Ford

In December I read something unusual for me. Not fiction, but rather a view from an autistic man with the Asperger syndrom on NTs (Neurotypical people, meaning “normal” people). I’ve become more interested in the Aspergers syndrom some months ago for personal reasons. I’m generally interested in the human psych, so it’s not that far off the things I…
Read more


January 18, 2015 0

Golden Son by Pierce Brown

Just a few days ago, I put my Best of 2014-List online. Red Rising was part of it. Shortly later, I published my list of the books I’m looking forward to the most this year, with Golden Son being the first book, as it was released three days ago. I finished the book yesterday and…
Read more


January 9, 2015 0