Book Review: The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore

The lines were drawn. Everyone would have to choose a side. Everyone would join a network. Networks of light. Networks of people. Networks of power. Networks of money. Bringing together some of history's most well known scientific inventors - Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, George Westinghouse and one important, though largely unknown, lawyer, Paul Cravath, Graham … Continue reading Book Review: The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore

Book Review: Don’t You Cry by Mary Kubica

But still. I should have known right away that something wasn’t right. Quinn is swept up in a spiraling whirl wind of fear and self-doubt when she discovers her roommate, Esther, missing- the window left open to the fire escape below and the curtains fluttering in the breeze. At first Quinn doesn't believe anything is … Continue reading Book Review: Don’t You Cry by Mary Kubica

An Adventure Book Where You Must Solve a Puzzle To Unlock the Next Page — TwistedSifter

Aspiring toy and game designer Brady Whitney has struck Kickstarter gold with his Codex Silenda, a 5-page book where every page is an intricate puzzle that must be solved before the next page can be unlocked. 111 more words via An Adventure Book Where You Must Solve a Puzzle To Unlock the Next Page — TwistedSifter

Book Review: The Muse by Jessie Burton

It was not large, and it had no frame. As an image, it was simple and at the same time not easily decipherable- a girl, holding another girl's severed head in her hands on one side of the painting, and on the other, a lion, sitting on his haunches, not yet springing for the kill. … Continue reading Book Review: The Muse by Jessie Burton

Book Readers Live Longer Lives, According to New Study from Yale University Open Culture

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The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore to be a motion picture. Shared Via Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Teddy Schwarzman’s Black Bear Pictures has won an auction that puts him back together with Graham Moore and Morten Tyldum, with whom he made the Oscar Best Picture-nominated hit The Imitation Game. Schwarzman has acquired a package for The Last Days Of Night, which Moore (who won an Oscar for adapting The Imitation Game) […] … Continue reading The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore to be a motion picture. Shared Via Deadline