Ready Player One sequel: Ready Player Two arrives this year to continue Wade Watts’ story | Books | Entertainment

Ready Player One brought unprecedented amounts of joy to readers in 2011 when it was first released. While the concept of virtual reality had certainly been around since the days of William Gibson's Neuromancer, Ernest Cline crafted a nuanced childlike wonderland within the Oasis – despite it being set during a bleak and barren futuristic More...

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By dailyreport On Saturday, July 11th, 2020

Winds of Winter theory: A Dance With Dragons teases Daenerys is pregnant | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones finished last year and Daenerys died without an heir for the Iron Throne. But a popular theory among fans is that the A Song of Ice and Fire book version of Dany is pregnant at the end of the More...

By dailyreport On Saturday, July 11th, 2020

Winds of Winter update: Why has George RR Martin STILL not finished the book? | Books | Entertainment

However, there are other theories on why the book is taking so long, with some suggesting the poor reception of the final series of Game of Thrones has forced Martin to change his story plans, and make The Winds More...

By dailyreport On Friday, July 10th, 2020

Winds of Winter: Melisandre’s plan to bring Ser Davos Seaworth exposed in ADWD clue | Books | Entertainment

Readers may remember Ser Davos ventures through Westeros with a small bag around his neck which contains his finger bones in it. Davos was involved in an accident whilst smuggling many years ago, but all he More...

By dailyreport On Thursday, July 9th, 2020

Game of Thrones plot hole: Dothraki error leaves fans stumped – ‘Why in the world?’ | Books | Entertainment

A Song of Ice and Fire fans will never forget the first book in the franchise, A Game of Thrones. Within the first tome written by George RR Martin readers were introduced into the elaborate world of Westeros, More...

By dailyreport On Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

Winds of Winter: Reason behind George RR Martin’s delay detailed in unearthed interview | Books | Entertainment

Winds of Winter is the sixth instalment of A Song of Ice and Fire, the Game of Thrones series written by George RR Martin. Fans of the franchise originally fell in love with the books back in the '90s. Since More...

By dailyreport On Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

Winds of Winter: Could MOVIE get in the way of finishing Winds of Winter? GRRM responds | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones fans were unimpressed by the way the series ended – so much so that many have given up on the franchise altogether. However, George RR Martin is undeterred from making more Hollywood spin-offs, More...

By dailyreport On Monday, July 6th, 2020

Game of Thrones: Jon Snow ending foreshadowed in A Storm of Swords book? | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones’ ending revealed George RR Martin’s plan for his remaining ASOIAF books in The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring. This presumably included that Jon Snow will murder Daenerys Targaryen More...

By dailyreport On Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Outlander: Frank Randall to see massive storyline in book 9 | Books | Entertainment

Many readers have defended Frank during his time in the Outlander books all the way up until his death. Now, in an interview with Penguin Random House back in 2017, author Gabaldon spoke out about Frank and More...

By dailyreport On Saturday, July 4th, 2020

Find Them Dead review – The latest and worst in the Roy Grace series | Books | Entertainment

But really Roy is a peripheral character. This is the story of the trial of a major drug dealer and an attempt to nobble the jury by leaning on Meg Magellan, a 42-year-old widow, who is about to be made redundant. More...


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