Do Creative “Golden Ages” Matter?

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by Pekoeblaze

It seems like every creative medium, genre etc… has at least one “golden age” – a time when it was consistently at it’s absolute best.

For science fiction, this was probably the 1950s-60s and/or the 1980s-90s. For computer and video games, this was probably the 1990s (no prizes for guessing what inspired this article. Surprisingly though, it wasn’t “Doom II”). For British comics, this was probably the 1980s-90s. I could go on for a while… but all of the “golden ages” I can think of are in the past.

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Nevernight – Book Review

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Author: Jay Kristoff

Published:  11th August, 2016 (Harper Voyager)

Genre: Fiction, NA, Fantasy

ISBN: 0008180016 (ISBN13: 9780008180010)

Pages: 643 (ARC paperback, UK edition)

Other Books in the Series: None yet.

Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Harper Voyager for the copy!

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