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How to read A Song of Ice and Fire

Now that Game of Thrones tv series has ended you might want to start reading A Song of Ice and Fire, the original epic fantasy series that inspired the drama television series Game of Thrones. You might not be happy about how season 8 ended, so why not revisit the Seven Kingdoms through the books? If you want to know how to read A Song of Ice and fire, here you will find the answer.

I don’t think A Song of Ice and Fire needs to be introduced, even so here’s a small summary: ASOIAF is an epic fantasy series written by the American author George R.R Martin. This saga shows a grim and dark world, the main action taking place in the Continent of Westeros and Essos, in an interwoven story told from the point of view of different characters. A Song of Ice covers revenge, drama, fantastical creatures including dragons, medieval noble houses, war, politics and so much more.

In what order should I read A Song of Ice and Fire?

In case you are considering the proper order for this series,  I recommend you reading them in published order. A Song of Ice and Fire consists of seven books. Unfortunately, two of them have not been published yet (and don’t have a publishing date either).

Here you go, this is the best order to read A Song of Ice and Fire:

How to read A song of Ice and Fire

Keyword read order

Instructions

  • A Game of Thrones.
  • A Clash of Kings.
  • A Storm of Swords. 
  • A Feast for Crows.
  • A Dance with Dragons.
  • The Winds of Winter (unpublished)
  • A Dream of Spring (unpublished)

Here you go. ASOIAF is a really entertaining saga. For those who watched the tv series and haven’t read the books, you will be surprised to know that some of the characters that get killed in the tv adaptation are still alive in the books and according to George R.R Martin not all of them will die as it happens in the adaptation. Who knows? maybe even the ending will be different?

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Am I too old to…? No, you are not

Hello there, today’s post is a bit different from usual. I know lots of you feel discouraged, you lack motivation. I want to help you to change that. I want you to do whatever you want no matter what others think. Something is holding you back, and once you understand what it is you will know how to fight against it. Let’s share, what have you thought you were too old to do?

I am too old, people will laugh at me if I do this

How many times have you thought something like this? Probably more than once. We, humans, being social animals, care about what others think of ourselves. This is a matter of self-preservation, we think “If I behave like the others, they will accept me, therefore I will be safe”.

Pretty understandable.

But, will you be happy?

Imagine yourself being a healthy 120-year-old woman/man (what? I want you to live a happy and long life). You got it? Fine, I want you to ask yourself the following question:

If I live by other people standards will I regret having done so at the end of my life?

The answer to that question, my own answer, changed my mindset. And it will probably change yours. In other words, what is the point of doing or not doing things just because of what other people might think about you? As long as it is legal and doesn’t hurt anyone, why not?

What if today was your last day?

You probably know Fight Club, either the novel by Chuck Palahniuk or its film adaptation featuring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. If you didn’t know Fight Club was based on a novel, take a look at this article: 6 movies you didn’t know were based on a novel.

This story is amazing, there’s a lot to say about Fight Club. But for now, let’s focus on  this powerful and liberating scene:

See what Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) did there? Raymond K. Hessel wanted to be a veterinarian, but he didn’t fulfill his dream.

“Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day in Raymond K. Hessel’s life.”

Tyler’s last words are exactly why we are here, no fear, no distractions.

See where this is going? you are reprogramming yourself so you can’t have excuses anymore!

Am I too old to…

No, you are not. Such a question is just reflecting your fear. The question “Am I too old to” can be rephrased as “I want to do this but am I too old to…”. This rephrasing is really powerful because this way you realize you really want to do such an activity.  If it’s your desire to do it, what is stopping you?

I can hear yourself saying “age maybe?” I thought the same. But think about it, age itself does not stop you in any way if you are in perfect physical and mental conditions to perform the activity you want to do, then why is age actually a problem? Just take a look at 50-year-old Tony Hawk,  an American professional skateboarder, his age is not preventing him from doing this:

What now? Looks like age is not an excuse. You might say “yeah, but that’s Tony Hawk, he’s a pro” Precisely. Being a pro means he’s been on a skateboard since ever, even so, despite his age, he seems to be more than capable to ride a skateboard.

Tony Hawk is a great example here because skateboarding is considered a dangerous sport, there are lots of skateboarding injuries which Tony Hawk might have suffered, even so, he seems to be in perfect condition to do such impossible skateboard tricks.

Not enough? Did you see the featured image? that man is Glenn Quillin, he was 100 years old when he skydived. Come on, no excuses.

 Therefore, age is not a problem. In any case, it would be a bad physical condition associated by age. As a result, you might ask yourself, is my physical (or mental) condition good enough? If not, can I improve it?  If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then what stops you?

The real reason we ask  ourselves “Am I too old” questions

Looking back, it’s funny how I have wondered this several times. Such a question has misled me so often. When I was 12 I wanted to play the guitar, but I thought “Children start playing musical instruments at an early age, you are probably too late to learn how to play the guitar” I was only 12, and I was already finding an excuse not to learn! At 26 I wanted to start skateboarding, it’s so cool, and the same question arose. Looks like no matter the age, the “Am I too old” questions seems to be there to stop our dreams become true.

One day I realized something, when I ask  myself “Am I too old” I do this because:

-I want to do certain activity that for others (society) it does not fit my age and I don’t want people to laugh at me.

-I sabotage myself so I don’t do new things (getting out of the comfort zone).

For me, these are the two real reasons why we wonder if we are too old. As said before, WE WANT TO DO IT. See? It’s not a matter of age, it’s just an EXCUSE and SOCIAL VALIDATION. 

My personal story

I have thought of starting skateboarding, several times.  I  have been about to buy a skateboard on different occasions, but every time I sabotaged myself, “you are too old, people will laugh at you when they see you practicing”. I was 26 at that moment, and it felt frustrating, why can’t I do something I want to do? I thought. Then, something changed, I don’t know why but the Fight Club scene I showed you before popped on my brain.

Then, my mindset changed drastically: You are too old for what? Okay, if you want to be Tony Hawk’s heir you might be a bit late (maybe not), but you want just to “surf on the road”, maybe a few basic tricks. You want to do it, why not give it a try? Who cares what others think?

I finally bought a skateboard, and let me tell you something: it is one of the best choices I have ever made in my life. I am not a pro, but I learned the basics, and it’s fun!

Skateboarding is great, but it’s not only about that. It is the fact that I started doing something regardless of what society thinks, despite of my self-doubts and auto sabotage. As a result, every time I go skateboarding I feel proud of myself. I am happy because I did my choice, despite what others think, despite my self-doubts.

What people think about  they are too old for:

These are the most searched “Am I too old” questions on Google. You would think people would wonder if they are too old for what would be considered impossible things. In fact, I must confess I expected top searches to be like “Am I too old be an NBA player” or “Am I too old to be a professional gymnast”, activities that I would consider difficult to achieve. Turns out, it’s not the case at all. These are the most searched questions:

-Am I too old for tinder?

-Am I too old to learn the piano?

-Am I too old to join the military?

-Am I too old to become a doctor?

-Am I too old to learn guitar?

-Am I too old to go back to school?

-Am I too old to join the army?

-Am I too old for law school?

-Am I too old to become a nurse?

-Am I too old to get a mortgage?

-Am I too old to become a pilot?

-Am I too old for medical school?

-Am I too old for braces?

-Am I too old to start running?

-Am I too old for college?

-Am I too old to start running at 60?

-Am I too old to change careers?

Am I too old for purple hair?

-Am I too old to start boxing?

Surprising uh? yes, the most searched question is actually “Am I too old for Tinder”, what the hell? right?. If you take a look at these questions, you will realize how not only these are pretty similar but most of those have the “being too old thing” more related to social approval rather than to physical condition issues.

Being too old to learn  an instrument

You are definitely not too old to learn an instrument. Just get one and start practicing. I play the guitar, and I started when I was 18, which would be considered late. I’m certainly not Van Halen, but that’s because I haven’t practiced that much 😋

Being too old for tinder, purple hair, for braces

Tinder is about matching with others, why not let others decide? I am quite surprised how purple hair is one of the most searched (I would expect “dying my hair” but not a specific color, and definitely not purple!). Regarding the braces, if you want to wear braces then do it, you will not regret after seeing your perfectly aligned teeth!

About the mortgage, lenders can’t discriminate based on age.

Being too old to go back to studying, change careers, etc

it’s never too late to study, it will always be good for you. Same goes to change career. Unless there’s an age limit for this, which according to my research there might be only for joining the army and becoming a pilot, why limit yourself?

Being too old to practice any sport

No matter if it’s boxing, or if you want to start running at 60. If your physical condition is good enough, give it a try. However, depending on your age I would recommend visiting a healthcare professional in order to make sure you won’t have any issue and get the proper training tips. Aside from that, keep running!

 

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The best Warhammer Fantasy books

Warhammer Fantasy is a tabletop miniature wargame with a medieval fantasy theme. The worldbuilding of this wargame is so rich that there are several Warhammer Fantasy novels. But, are all these Warhammer novels worth reading? Which are the best Warhammer Fantasy books?

In Warhammer Fantasy, aside from humans, there are lots of other races such as elves, dwarfs, orcs, goblins, skavens (humanoid rats) or ogres among other creatures. As you might have guessed, this wargame is influenced in J.R.R Tolkien’s worldbuilding, something usual since Tolkien is the father of modern Fantasy: This is How Tolkien influenced the fantasy genre.

Warhammer is a world of Magic with great lore. All these factions have great heroes and commanders who have proved they were worth to lead their armies and were able to crush their enemies.  As a result, lots of books have been written about the universe of Warhammer Fantasy.

Warhammer Fantasy publisher: The Black Library

Most ot these novels are under Games Workshop’s publishing arm, the Black Library. Warhammer Fantasy books are written by diverse authors, therefore the quality of these novels might vary a lot. That’s why we are here. These are the best Warhammer Fantasy books:

The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade books by Dan Abnett and Mike Lee 

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Main faction: Dark elves.

This series tells the story of Malus Dark Blade, a dark elf possessed by the daemon Tz’arkan, Malus Darkblade is an evil elf, even for the dark elves standards, which is a lot to say. This saga is one of the most popular series for Warhammer Fantasy.

In which order should I read The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade?

The best reading order here is the published order, this is how to read Malus Darkblade book series:

How to read Malus Darkblade book series:

Instructions

  • Bloodstorm
  • Reaper of Souls
  • Warpsword
  • Lord of Ruin

Skarsnik by Guy Haley

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Main faction: Orcs and goblins.

This book narrates the story of Skarsnik, one of the greatest goblin chieftains of all time. Skarsnik, along with his inseparable squig companion Gobla, will threaten the border of the Empire leading his massive greenskin army. In this novel, Guy Haley will tell us how this humble goblin born in Karak Eight Peaks plotted and schemed until he not only became a warlord but a legend.

  The Blackhearts series  by Nathan Long

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Main faction: The Empire.

When you are about to be executed, volunteering for a suicide mission in order to recover an ancient relic doesn’t sound like a bad deal compared to the gallows. Led by Captain Reine, this band of criminals will have to face demons, dark elves, skavens and fight for their life with honor. For The Empire!

In which order should I read The Blackhearts series?

The best reading order here is the published order, this is how to read The Blackhearts book series:

How to read The Blackhearts book series

Instructions

  • Valnir's Bane
  • The Broken Lance
  • Tainted Blood
  • Omnibus: Blackhearts

Archaon: Everchosen by Rob Sanders

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Main faction: Chaos warriors.

Everchosen tells the origins of the Chaos warlord with the same title, Archaon, Three-Eyed King and Lord of the End Time chaos. In the northern wastes, Archaon gathers his army, the Followers of Chaos, waiting for the moment to strike the final blow.

In which order should I read Archaon?

This series is a duology, this is how to read Archaon books:

How to read Archaon

Instructions

  • Everchosen
  • Lord of the End Times

Gotrex and Felix series by William King and Nathan Long

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Main factions: Dwarves and The Empire.

The Gotrek and Felix series is the most popular Warhammer Fantasy sagas of all. As the title says, this series tells the story of Gotrex Gurnisson, a Dwarf who took the slayer’s oath, and Felix Jaeger, a human saved who swore to follow Gotrek after the dwarf saved his life. Together they will travel along the Old World seeking death.

If you are looking for a fun story about companionship set in the fictional universe of Warhammer this is what you are looking for.

In which order should I read Gotrex and Felix series?

How to read Gotrex and Felix series

Instructions

  • Trollslayer
  • Skavenslayer
  • Daemonslayer
  • Dragonslayer
  • Beastslayer
  • Vampireslayer
  • Giantslayer
  • Orcslayer
  • Manslayer
  • Elfslayer
  • Shamanslayer
  • Zombieslayer
  • Kinslayer: Book I of the Doom of Gotrek Gurnisson
  • Slayer: Book II of the Doom of Gotrek Gurnisson

The Legend of Sigmar by Graham McNeill

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Main faction: The Empire.

Sigmar is the god of the Empire of man. This man was raised to lead men, unifying all the 12 tribes of men eventually becoming what is known as The Empire. Here Sigmar reigned for what it was a prosperous fifteen years.

This series narrates the tales of the mighty hero Sigmar Heldenhammer, as he faces the hordes of orcs, battles the undying forces of Nagash and the forces of Chaos. This is the story of a king, an emperor and a god. The story of Sigmar.

In which order should I read The Legend of Sigmar?

How to read The Legend of Sigmar

Instructions

  • Heldenhammer 
  • Empire
  • God king
  • Omnibus: The Legend of Sigmar

Rise of Nagash by Mike Lee

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Main faction: Vampire Counts, Tomb Kings.

Nagash,  previously a mere priest of Kemhri, now the supreme lord of death. Will embark upon a quest for immortality which will lead to war and conflict. One of the most powerful wizards of all time, he will seek power and will face the empire he was supposed to protect: Nehekkara, Khemri’s capital and home of Settra the Imperishable.

In which order should I read Rise of Nagash?

How to read Rise of Nagash

Instructions

  • Nagash the Sorcerer
  • Nagash the Unbroken
  • Nagash Immortal

Brunner the Bounty Hunter by C.L. Werner

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Main faction: Mercenaries.

Brunner is a bounty hunter with no heart, he will fulfill his mission no matter what. There’s no honor in his life, as a mercenary, only gold matters. During his journey he will have to survive the encounters of ogres, dragons, vampires. One of those stories that show the grim dark face of the Warhammer Fantasy world.

In which order should I read Brunner the Bounty Hunter?

How to read Brunner the Bounty Hunter

Instructions

  • Blood Money
  • Blood and Steel 
  • Blood of the Dragon 
  • What Price Vengeance  (Short story)
  • Sickhouse
  • Wolfshead
  • Brunner the Bounty Hunter (Omnibus)

Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter by C.L. Werner

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Main Faction: The Empire.

 Witch Hunters are individuals known for their dedication and zeal against evil and corruption. Mathias Thulmann is a man of action, in this stories his witch hunter will seek the destruction of evil and dark power in the cities of The Empire.

In which order should I read Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter? 

How to read Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter

Instructions

  • Witch Hunter
  • Witch Finder
  • Witch Killer
  • A Choice of Hatreds
  • Meat Wagon (Short story)
  • Witch Work (Short story)
  • Omnibus : Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter (does not include short stories) 

The Sundering by Gav Thorpe

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Main factions: Dark elves, High Elves

This series tells the story of Malekith, the king of the Dark Elves, the one that divided the race of elves forever. Gav Thorpe will narrate the elves history through the eyes of Malekith, showing us how a civil war will be the beginning of the sundering of the elven race. This book will tell you how the dark elves and the high elves were created.

In which order should I read The Sundering? 

How to read The Sundering

Instructions

  • Malekith
  • Shadow King
  • Caledor

Tyrion & Teclis by William King

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Main faction: High Elves

This series center on these elven twins. The first a fearsome warrior, the second a powerful sorcerer. Tyrion & Teclis will narrate the story of these two mighty heroes along with different scenarios such as the jungles of  Lustria  (home of the Lizardmen) or the kingdom of Calendor, where they will have to face no other than the leader of the Dark Elves, Malekith.

In which order should I read Mathias Tyrion and Teclis? 

How to read Tyrion and Teclis

Instructions

  • Blood of Aenarion
  • Sword of Caledor
  • Bane of Malekith

Other recommended Warhammer Fantasy Books:

Riders of the Dead by Dan Abnett.

Ambassador Chronicles by Graham McNeil.

Gilead’s Blood by Dan Abnett and Nik Vincent.

Fell Cargo by Dan Abnett.

The Burning Shore by Rober Earl.

Headtaker by David Guymer.

Vampire Wars by Steven Savile.

Champions of Chaos by Ben Counter.

 

Here you have a lot of Warhammer fantasy novels to enjoy. Elves, goblins, the Empire, Bretonia… which is your favorite Warhammer army? tell us!

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How to read Lightbringer series

You heard of the amazing Lightbringer series and you want to start reading them? search no more, here you have How to read Lightbringer series.

Lightbringer narrates the story of ‘Prism’ Gavin Guile, the most powerful person in the world, as he fights against an uprising by a self-proclaimed king. In this series, the magic system is called Chromaturgy, this type of magic is used by the so-called drafters, they being able to convert the colors of light into a substance called Luxin.

If you want to know how to read Lightbringer, here you will find the answer. This fantasy will be concluded in a few months, since the last book, The Burning white, will be released in August 2019. The author, Brent Weeks, posted on Twitter some info about the upcoming title, 1,420 manuscript pages are coming!

In what order should I read Lightbringer books?

In case you want to know the proper reading order for this series, I recommend you reading them in published order. Lightbringer is composed of five novels, the last one, The Burning White, will be published on October 22, 2019. That means you still got time to catch up and read the last book of the series as soon as it gets published!

This is the best order to read this saga by the American author Brent Weeks.

 

In what order should I read Lightbringer Series

Keyword How to read Lightbringer, Reading order Lightbringer

Instructions

  • The Black Prism
  • The Blinding Knife 
  • The Broken Eye
  • The Blood Mirror
  • The Burning White (Release date: October 22, 2019)

 

Hope you enjoy reading this series.

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Mortal Engines movie will not have a sequel and here is why

Now that months have passed since it’s release it’s time to talk about a movie that turned out to be one of the major flops in film history. Mortal Engines, based on the novel of the same name by Philip Reeve.

A critically acclaimed book series becoming a box office bomb. How is that even possible? The Worldbuilding of Mortal Engines was a great basis, the story is intriguing. A great steampunk story (which is included in this Best steampunk novels lists). In conclusion, the source material is just excellent.

Then, what happened?

Mortal Engines expectations

The first Mortal Engines movie, directed by Christian Rivers and released in the USA on December 14, 2018 was expected to be a success. And it made sense they thought so, for various reasons:

This post-apocalyptic adventure is based on the first novel of a best seller series

Of course, when your script is based on a best-seller, your grossing expectations will be way higher than also. Oppositely, there will be a more demanding audience and two different spectators to content: the readers, who expect a worthy adaptation of a world they already know about; and the ones who don’t know about the book series, who will be in need of a proper worldbuilding explanation. Sometimes it gets hard to get that balance, in bestseller movie adaptations being able to make everyone happy is not an easy feat.

Mortal Engines also relied on Peter Jackson’s popularity

Peter Jackson not only directed The Lord of the Rings movies but also these movie adaptations are on the list of the highest grossing fantasy movies of all time. Having such a persona supporting a project surely is a major asset.

Mortal Engines had Peter Jackson as a claim, even though he was not the film director but instead, his role was as a producer and co-screenwriter.

One of the book’s premise draws your attention: Predator cities

You might love it or hate it, but seeing cities moving and devouring other cities is striking no matter what.

Mortal Engines production budget was higher than $100 million

A similar budget to other big productions such as The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring with a Budget of $93 million or Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with a Budget. $125 million.

Given such favorable conditions, one would expect this movie adaptation to be a major success. Was it? Not at all.

Mortal Engines Box office

Mortal Engines grossed $83,614,964 worldwide ($16 million in the United States). As a result, this movie adaptation didn’t even recoup its production budget. Mortal Engines’ theatrical run was not precisely good, it flopped.

Mortal Engines was released alongside Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and The Mule. Just so you can compare, Spiderman’s movie box office was $375.4 million with a $90 million Budget. Similarly, The Mule had greater results at theaters than Mortal Engines. This movie had a box office of $171.3 million with a $50 million budget.

So yes, people went to the cinema, but not to watch Mortal Engines.

Why did Mortal Engines movie flop?

A film can underperform for several reasons, sometimes the negative word of mouth or external circumstances, as would be the timing of the film’s release, are to blame. But this does not seem to be the case. True, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and The Mule turned out to be more than worthy competitors. But Mortal Engines had so much on its favor it would be absurd to think its flop was mostly due to issues unrelated to the film itself.

The reason Mortal Engines  movie was a Box Office Bomb

Basically, Mortal Engines movie failed to deliver. The film adaptation turned off the spectators, the book fans weren’t satisfied, while the ones who didn’t know about the novels weren’t either.

A terrible trailer?

For some, it all started wrong, the trailer was not appealing at all. The general opinion was “The trailer looks terrible”. Given how important a good movie trailer is since it’s one of the main ways to attract an audience before the release of the film, things couldn’t have started worse.

Public objective

While the books are addressed to kids, the movie was more focused on a Young Adult audience. Some say the audience is a bit tired of dystopian, young adult book series after The Hunger Games or the Maze Runner movie adaptations.

The book’s premise might be misleading

While the concept of cities devouring cities might sound shocking, it can also seem a bit simplistic and absurd if it’s not properly explained. Which, I assure you, the book explains perfectly well.

Fans reception and Critics reception

No matter the source, the general opinion is the following:

Filmaffinity : 4.9/10.

Tomatometer: 26%. A bad review is denoted by a rotten green tomato splat (59% or less).

Metacritic: 44

As you see, the film did not rise to the challenge of its original source

Critic reviews

Here are some critic reviews of Mortal Engines movie:

“The story is bloated and, despite flashes of imagination, overly familiar. And the dialogue, peppered with well-worn catchphrase.” Washington Post

“Most of Mortal Engines is a wearying blast of CGI and genre-cribbing (most egregiously, director Christian Rivers hired composer Junkie XL to seemingly lift, wholesale, his soundtrack from “Mad Max: Fury Road”).”  NY Post.

Philip Reeves opinion

While other authors have complained about the movie adaptations of their novels, this does not seem to be the case of Philip Reeve. The author seems to be fine with the movie adaptation as he posted on  his official website.

The film has a kind of family resemblance to The Lord of the Rings movies, as you’d expect, but it’s shorter than any of those (about two hours, plus credits). It reminded me of the original Star Wars, too. It’s tremendously well paced; intense action sequences come at you pretty regularly but don’t hang around long enough to outstay their welcome, and they’re punctuated by quieter bits which are often surprisingly affecting.

This is not always the case, J.R.R Tolkien’s son (Christopher Tolkien) stated that Peter Jackson’s movie adaptations of his father’s work had “eviscerated the book”. Where the films that different from the books to make Tolkien’s son say this? Here you have Lord of the Rings book vs movie.

Similarly, Rober Riordan (author of Percy Jackson & The Olympians series) was not happy at all about the movie adaptation of his novels, a project that eventually got canceled. Percy Jackson’s author even posted the notes he had sent to the film producers and which they didn’t take into account and therefore: Here you have Lord of the Rings book vs movie

Will there be a Mortal Engines 2?

The second book in Mortal Engines series, Predator’s Gold, might never have a movie adaptation. Even though there has not been any official announcement regarding this issue, it seems pretty unlikely that Mortal Engines 2 will be released someday after the losses of the first movie.

Peter Jackson was asked about a Mortal engines sequel:

“I hope so. We have no idea. Because it is totally in the hands of whether the film does the business that would warrant more. But that is four movies I would love to see for sure. We have the first one, I would definitely love to see the first 3 for sure.”

It seems that having an entire movie adaptation of this steampunk tetralogy series is quite improbable. But who knows? Maybe a Mortal Engines sequel is still possible.

The books

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Mortal engines book cover

For those who watched the movie and want to know how the story goes on, it is a great time to start reading the books. If you want to know in Which order you should read Mortal Engines here you have the answer: How to read Mortal Engines.

Even if you didn’t like the film, you really should give the book series a try. They are worth reading.

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