Felurian, irresistible to men, finds herself face to face with another woman in this match.Read More
The world as we know it is gone. The government has collapsed, the environment is in ruin, and – worst of all – there’s no cell phone service. What is it, exactly, that makes dystopian narratives so popular? Why do these stories strike so close to home? And would you survive the new world order? [...]Read More
Whenever books and movies come together, things change. Old characters disappear, or are replaced, and sometimes they’ll even merge together. The same happens to plot points, and even the story’s setting. It’s always controversial when these kinds of things happen, and the recent movie adaptation of James Dashner’s novel The Maze Runner was no [...]Read More
Want more Maze Runner? You got more Maze Runner. Soon, anyway. James Dashner hinted in our interview that he might be open to writing a prequel, and he made it official today in a statement to MTV News. The new book will be titled The Fever Code. Here’s what he had to say:
“From the very [...]
There are some great sci-fi/fantasy bloggers out there, fans who are devoting a lot of time and energy into supporting authors and their readers. Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and with the menagerie of unique and very different individuals out there contributing, it produces a whole that is better than its parts.Read More
I can’t possibly being any more excited to see that James Dashner’s science fiction thriller The Maze Runner is out at the theaters and it’s doing well. As a guy who grew up watching movies like Logan’s Run and The Running Man and playing game after game of Dungeons & Dragons (Young heroes braving monsters [...]Read More
Before you see the movie, read the Q&A!Read More
San Diego Comic Con 2014 has come and gone, but I’ve still got my memories (along with a lot of photos).
Here’s just a smattering of pictures that I took at San Diego 2014. Look for special appearance from several authors, including Joe Abercrombie, Chuck Palahniuk, Andy Weir, James Dashner, and more.
James Dashner was all over Comic Con 2014, from autograph signings and multiple panels to an advance screening of the highly anticipated movie adaptation of The Maze Runner.Read More
If you’re at San Diego Comic Con and you have an opportunity to interview an author like James Dashner, you take it – even if you have to record it in a supply area behind a booth like I did! The Maze Runner scribe was kind enough overlook the wires, cables, and cardboard boxes behind [...]Read More